A Community that is empowered and transformed

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The goal is to love that person, listen to their burdens, and to maintain respect for them as we serve them


We are dependable and follow through on commitments, Open and honest when communicating with others.


People who are given the opportunity to express themselves continue their creative interests as they mature.

Kabubbu Development Project (KDP) is a

Ugandan non-governmental organisation
incorporated in 2002.

KDP was formed by local leaders from rural Uganda in partnership with Quicken Trust, with a vision to transform communities from being poverty stricken, diseased and illiterate into vibrant, healthy, and self-sustaining communities.


KDP has a holistic approach to community development where it invests in healthcare, education and economic empowerment

Serving with passion

KDP believes in the concept of “one-village at time” a reason why it started slowly from one village called Kabubbu to now serving the entire sub-county of Nangabo (153 villages) in rural Wakiso District.

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A word from the Community

We have had a couple of educational programs training women how to do businesses. These have changed my life, when I went for "street business" I had no job but when I was given knowledge I came back and started running my own maize stall, I have many ambitions but I know I will get there. Am so grateful for the knowledge and the women empowerment program."

Richil Esther Entrepreneur

I deeply express my gratitude towards KDP for the great work. Firstly I thank them for the new house they built for me. Thank you for having a good director who is so humble and kind. I had no one to take care of me but KDP does & provides health services and gifts. I was skinny but KDP has made me look good, they provide free medication. I have no job but KDP has sustained me and my wife."

Nyombi Joseph Jajja omusomesa

I am grateful for what KDP has done for me, from providing scholarship to my 3 children and giving them jobs. We were given a hospital and health services, am alive and glad. In addition, they brought a borehole, we had scarcity of water, most Children at this village were not going to school but currently at least every home stead has an educated child."

Edsa Najjuma Namwandu

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