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World Renew has been working in Uganda since Although the country has greatly reduced monetary poverty over the past 5 years, it still faces hurdles in improving sanitation, electricity and education access, and child health. North Teso Pastorate through her development department Katakwi integrated development organization — KIDO serves rural families of the Iteso ethnic group living in Katakwi and Amuria districts with a total population of , people.
More recently much of the region has been hit by floods and drought and The Iteso culture is based on cattle, and cattle are also used for plowing fields, so the loss of these farm animals has had a severe impact on the local culture, morale and economy. Kaberamaido Pastorate through her development arm- Kaberamaido Mission development Programme KMDP serves rural families living in the Kaberamaido district with a total population of ,, the majority being members of the Kumam ethnic group but also including Iteso.
Kaberamaido district was severely impacted by the Teso insurgency of to and by Karamojong cattle raids during this time. The Kumam culture is tied to cattle rearing, and the loss of these animals has had a negative impact on the culture and economy of the district. This is a rural but densely populated mountainous region that is experiencing reduced soil fertility and size of landholdings. In the community, PAG Kabale through the Community Development Department CDD focuses on empowering communities, demonstrating the love of God in the community with the ultimate impact of holistic transformation.
Current programs and activities implemented by PAG Kabale include:. These districts share an international border with Democratic Republic of Congo in the West. The planning and development office mobilizes resources so the diocese can meet the social and community development obligations and shapes the direction of the plans and activities of the diocese.
The planning and development office oversees the implementation of the social and community development programs by the Archdeaconry planning and development Committees APDCs. As of December there are five APDCs that provide supervisory support to various projects that engage ninety-nine self help groups for youths, men and women in thirty-three villages of eight parishes. These have gradually resettled in their original areas since peace returned to the area in The planning and development office is the social and community development arm of the Diocese.