Ssekyanzi Steven Community Development

Areas of expertise
  • Community development
  • Entrepreneurship skills
  • Sustainable Organic Framing approaches
Education
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Development Studies, Kyambogo University- Uganda
  • Certificate in Planning and Management of Rural Development Programs, National Institute of rural development and panchyati raj (NIRD)-India

Brief Bio

Steven provides competence and experience in the general areas of social work, GBV prevention, Community mobilization and norms change strategies using SASA and stepping stones, providing parenting and caregivers programs using SINOVUYO methodology

He has vast knowledge  in providing youth friendly services, and integration of HIV and AIDS prevention into community development approaches.

He has the potential of making real contribution towards improving the efficiency of a business entity with a passionate for work  to achieve results.

Some of our programs
Safe Birth Project

The Safe Birth Project was born in 2016 when Bishop Kaggwa the Bishop of Masaka Diocese tasked Dr. Sherry Teefey, Professor of Radiology at Washington University, to address the challenge of obstetric fistula in Masaka, Uganda. Uganda has one of the highest obstetric fistula rates in the world. It is caused by obstructed labor and

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USAID’s Keeping Children Healthy and Safe 
(KCHS) 



During the quarter, 20,984 (13,596F, 7,388M) beneficiaries were served with comprehensive services out of the targeted 21019 representing 100% OVC-SERV. Additionally, 1534 (973F, 561M) beneficiaries were newly enrolled onto the KCHS- Activity. Out of the 20,984 comprehensive beneficiaries that were served; 13, 971 (67%) were children while 7013 (33%) were adults which represents a 67:33

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How can we help you?

Contact us at the Masaka Diocesan Medical Services (MDMS) office nearest to you or submit a business inquiry online.