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CULTURAL GALA

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Community Dialogue

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Community Dialogue

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Our Mission

To strengthen rural agro-pastoral communities overcome poverty, achieve food security through sustainable and resilient livelihoods Systems

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Our Vision

DADO envision an inclusive, resilient and sustainable agro-pastoral transformed communities

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Core Values

The following are our core values:- Mutual Respect Fairness, equity and justice Integrity Solidarity Humility Respect for the rights of men, women, and children Indepence

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The Dynamic Agro-Pastoralist Development Organization (DADO) is a local, non-governmental, non-political, non-profit making organization founded in July 1996 by the agro-pastoralist communities in Kaabong district. As a community based organization (CBO), DADO was to provide livestock extension services and other related efforts to bring peace and reconciliation among the ethnic groups in north Karamoja. After a decade of its operation as a CBO the organization was formally registered as a national Non-Governmental Organization – NGO – with the NGO board. DADO’s strength is hinged on the diversity of expertise and experience working jointly with the most marginalized agro-pastoral and minority communities with a broader call toward providing a holistic approach to community development. 

DADO is founded on the principles of working with the most marginalized agro-pastoral and minority communities with a broader call toward providing a holistic approach to community development. It focuses on supporting community development initiatives through building resilience, peace & reconciliation, protection and promotion of pastoralist and minority groups’ rights, including livelihoods enhancement among the pastoralists’ communities in the triangular board areas of north-eastern Uganda, north-western Kenya and south-eastern South Sudan.

Geographical Area of operation/coverage: DADO operates and implements its activities in Kaabong and Kotido district of North Karamoja with Concentration in the sub counties of Lodiko, Sidok, Lolelia, Kalapata, Kaabong East, Kaabong West, Lokori and Karenga. Light Projects are also implemented in the sub counties of Kawalakol, Kathile and Kamion on the corridors/borders of the Kidepo Valley National Conservation Area/Park the above mentioned sub counties found in both Dodoth East and West constituencies.

Legal status: On 26th July 2005 after operating as a CBO for approximately ten [10] years under then Kotido district, DADO was registered with the National  NGO board under the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Uganda Government  as a nongovernmental organisation [NGO]. And DADO is registered by Kaabong District Local Government as of the Development Partner

CURRENT PROJECTS


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Development Initiative for Northern Uganda (DINU)

with Funding from European Union(EU)

Transforming Rural Agricultural Innovations for Sustainable Livelihoods (TRAIL)

With Funding from Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)

Securing Peace and Promoting prosperity in Karamoja (EKISIL)

With Funding from USAID

Karamoja Livestock Enhancement Project (KLEP)

With Funding from VSF-Belgium

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OUR BENEFICIARIES


EKISIL
Members of Lolelia Disarmed Youth group supported by EKISIL program with the O.C police Lolelia after receiving the cowpeas leaves and seeds after their harvest.2019
COVID-19
Community outreaches on COVID-19 to the old Loyoro detach supported by EKISIL and the members of women peace forum.2020
BRACED
The community members of Rengen in Kotido during the Land Rights outreach supported under BRACED Projects implemented by DADO 2017
TRAIL
Project Officer TRAIL Training farmers on Conservation Smart Agriculture on CA approaches in Karenga sub county in Karenga District.2020
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OUR PARTNERS