Our learning center is an educational center that caters for children from nursery to primary seven level. We currently have 401 children i.e. 200 are boys and 201 are girls . 147 of these are in boarding section.
Meeting Point Kampala is a Non-Governmental organization that started in 1992 by a group of friends who were so touched by the scourge of the poor, infected and affected with HIV/AIDS living in the slum areas of Namuwongo in Kampala. Since 1992 the organization has grown to offer a number of services to her beneficiaries
Raise resources for improving on ICT equipment.
Free community services.
Youth sensitization through Drama
Fundraiser to improve the outreach of clinical services in the communities.
The school is located in Kampala district , Makindye urban council Bukasa parish in Kanyogoga zone next to the railway line from port bell –luzira to Kampala. The neighbouring zones are Muyenga A, Muyenga B , Soweto, Kisugu and Namuwongo central. .
Counseling and testing. Voluntary and Confidential Counseling and Testing Community Outreach HIV Counseling and Testing Antiretroviral treatment (ART). Palliative care. Improve Treatment Support and referrals,
Monitoring and Evaluation is a critical component and a vital tool that enables the organisation to measure and evaluate outcomes and achievements of any development project/programme being implemented and long term impact made. This is a new department in MPKKO and its overall objective is to contribute to the successful collection and provision of information.
As a consequence of HIV/AIDs, a significant number of children have lost one or both of their parents. Such orphans are cared for by surviving widows or grandparents. The majority live in poor households, and is unable to afford schooling or expensive medical services. Without support these children cannot be unable to escape from this damaging poverty cycle.
Education is a fundamental right for children and that through basic education a community can begin to develop and its people can be empowered to improve their quality of life. The generosity of individuals abroad has enabled around 1000 orphans and vulnerable children to receive education. This is a significant contribution to a child's life and along with receiving an education the knowledge that someone out there cares and is praying for them, it gives a child an incredible amount of self-worth.
As TB infection is closely related to HIV infection, we also focus on coordinating TB and HIV services, although our Laboratory is still small we hope to upgrade and improve laboratory services, ensuring all needed laboratory equipment and supplies are in place and provided for, and training health care providers or Community Peer Educators on TB, multi–drug-resistant TB, and HIV and TB interactions.
Ensure integrity, fairness, accountability, and respect in carrying out all MPKLA actions, decisions, and activities