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IDIWA Offices
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  • Plot 10, Jalum Road, Northern Division, Iganga Municipality P.O.Box 556, Iganga, Uganda, East Africa
  • +256 772 449 270
  • idiwa2009@gmail.com
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Build the Organisational Capacity of Board of Directors & Staff to deliver quality programmes

Purpose:   IDIWA effectively and efficiently deliver its mandate.

Strategic Objective:  To strengthen the institutional capacity of IDIWA to effectively and efficiently achieve its Goals and objectives

Key Activities

  • Develop an online M&E system built and functional by 2024
  • Resource mobilization institutionalized within IDIWA organs by 2024
  • Hire a consultant to develop and operationalize IDIWA business plan by 2024
  • Hire a consultant to establish and develop IDIWA information and communication systems by 2024
  • Train IDIWA staff and Board members in M&E, Resource Mobilization, communication and evidence- based advocacy by 2024.
  • Develop IDIWA Board operational manual for effective corporate governance by 2024
  • Train IDIWA and IDP SACCO Board members trained corporate governance by 2024
  • IDIWA management structures reviewed by 2024
  • 3 billion UGX mobilized for effective implementation of IDIWA strategic plan by 2024
  • IDIWA financial management information system reviewed and operational by 2024
  • 15 IDIWA staff trained in finance management by 2024
  • Two Double Cabin Pick-up vehicles procured for effective program implementation and monitoring by 2024
  • Two acres of land procured for establishment of a centre of excellence on disability
  • One annual donors’ conference conducted by 2024.
  • IDIWA website and social media platforms reviewed and more dynamic

Key strategies

  • Capacity building through training, coaching and mentoring, provision of equipment, software
  • Evidenced based Advocacy and lobbying through national, regional and international conferences
  • Strategic networking and collaboration with key development partners 4.   Internal and external resource mobilization campaigns