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Community Based Inclusive Development Organization (CBIDO)

Community Based Inclusive Development Organization (CBIDO) is the pro-disability Non-Government Organization (NGO), its interventions, activities and intended goal(s) are focusing to persons with disabilities under the age of 25 years old. The interventions under CBIDO serves/supports persons with disabilities through Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) approach/strategy principled by ‘’Low cost high impacts’’

CBIDO main area of focus/interventions are Health, Inclusive Education, Livelihood, Social inclusion and Empowerment as per CBR matrix. These interventions are provided to children of disabilities with various disability conditions, such  as Cerebral palsy(CP), Epilepsy, Down syndrome, intellectual impairment, sickle cell , Autism, Albinism, burns contractures, bowlegs, osteomyelitis, Bowlegs, Knocking Knees, Clubfeet, Hydrocephurus and Microcephurus, Cleft lip and palate, Eye problems, Dwarfism, Elephantiasis, Muscular Dystrophy, Spinal Bifida, Hernia, Amputations and  other deformities.

We  are using the CBR (Community Based Rehabilitation) approach, which is based on 5 pillars, all combined having an holistic approach for each child. See Our Work for a completer explanation.


Our Core Values


We hold ourselves to the highest standards of honesty, ethical, transparency, accountability and moral uprightness.


We are committed to learning as a basis for continuous improvement of self and others.


We leverage others’ competencies to attain greater efficiency and scale impact.


Driven by compassion and love for humanity; we champion equitable access to rights, resources and opportunities for PWDs, their families and society at large.


We stand with and passionately support PWDs to attain their full potential and dignity.

What Drives Us

Our Mission

To enhance the resilience and quality of life of children and youngsters with disabilities.

Theory of Change

CBIDO-Kagera believes that exclusion, exploitation and dehumanization of CYWDs and their caregivers violates their human rights; constrains their choices and voices; lowers their dignity and impedes their ability to participate to full potential in all spheres of life.

CBIDO-Kagera believes that facilitating access to essential health, education services and other applicable socio-economic support services; investments in the capacity development; as well as assuring enabling policy, legal, institutional and cultural environment have the greatest impact on the well-being of CYWDs, their caregivers and communities.


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