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NDF’s mission, vision and values
An equitable, inclusive and peaceful world grounded in human virtues
Leveraging culture to improve the quality of life of children, youth and women
The concept of Obuntubulamu recognized as a human capital asset in the contemporary world.
Obuntubulamu – We believe Obuntubulamu is a way of upholding the dignity of the human person.
Diversity – We acknowledge diversity; strive for inclusiveness, with a primary focus on the vulnerable.
Innovation – We are innovative and pioneering in our quest for development solutions.
Integrity – We are transparent and accountable in our processes and operations.
Preservation – We uphold the conservation of culture and nature.
√ Obuntubulamu practiced as a way of life to influence social, economic and cultural norms and practice, governance and development.
√ Youth equipped with Obuntubulamu and life skills, for survival and readiness for leadership roles.
√ Women’s voice and agency leveraged for participation and leadership in economic, social, cultural and political processes and development.
√ The Nnabagereka Development Foundation strategically positioned to champion and realise its agenda.
NDF is directly involved in the community with its unique activities.
Our Royal Founder
Inspiring, passionate and committed to supporting children, youth, women.
In 2000, our Royal Founder envisioned NDF to leverage culture for development.
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