MCLD-Uganda was launched in 2017 and currently has 162 members who include local, middle, and national civil society organizations; international NGOs, Government departments, Private sector agencies, Academia, Thought Leaders, and influencers spread across all regions of Uganda.
Members meet once every quarter to steer the Movement while sharing their methodologies of integrating the CLD model in their programs and activities.
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Updated February 2024
Gunjan Veda set the tone for this call: “In 2015, MCLD started out with a dream. A dream to transform this very top down-colonial system that we are a part of… 2023 was the year when the world adopted our dream … that it has to shift towards locally led development… And 2024 for me…
A reflection piece by Nixon Ochatre, Amani Initiative and MCLD-Uganda
MCLD-Uganda’s Joanna Mbakulo participated as a special delegate in the Uganda National Conference on Health, Human Rights and Development