Kabarole Research and Resource Centre-Uganda (KRC-Uganda) is a well-established NGO operating countrywide in different regions of Uganda.
Founded in 1996, with a research mission and a long-term commitment to understanding the measures and drivers of poverty and its solutions, KRC-Uganda has accumulated substantial experience in research and created numerous development programs based on community analyses of the activities which would be most helpful in achieving sustainable and equitable socio-economic development.
Twenty-seven years of experience in community development work led KRC- Uganda to identify a new strategic direction currently being implemented, focused on supporting the need for integration and effectiveness of development research & information, decision-making and implementation, reaching to national levels of research, information and policy formation.
KRC-Uganda is focused on strengthening its skills in the areas of: –
- producing in-depth and insightful research for socio-economic development, packaging information and disseminating it to strategic development partners
- facilitating and supporting the process of prioritizing opportunities, selecting partners, and making the decisions that get initiatives successfully started, and
- facilitating the most effective monitoring and interaction between grass root households (especially women and youth), decision-makers and implementers to see each program through the stages of implementation to successful socio-economic sustainable conclusion.
Behind all this, working with partners inside and outside the region, KRC-Uganda also aims to create the support needed to sustain and continuously improve development innovative mechanisms in the region.