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Regional Center for International Develpoment and Cooperation promotes a smooth and fair environment to influence good governance and cultural, economic sustainable development processes in Africa.

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WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

RCIDC promotes empowers women and provides a set of considerations to help the private sector focus on key elements integral to promoting gender equality in the workplace, marketplace and community

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WHO WE ARE

Regional Centre for International Development Corporation (RCIDC) was established in 2011, and registered by the government of the republic of Uganda as membership-based capacity building development organization to promote professional research for sustainable development, Social economic and cultural Justice, human rights, youth empowerment, women and Gender equality, Agriculture ,Peace and security, conflict management and resolution, small arms and light weapons control, Protecting wild life and Environment Natural Resources management, Net working, capacity building, advocacy campaigns with currently two hundred member organizations. We are also proud partners of the African Union’s ECOSOCC.

EDUCATION & CLIMATE CHANGE

 Our programmes focused on preventing HIV transmission from mother-to-child, as well as the health and well being of women, orphans and the less priviledged children 

GENDER EMPOWERMENT & EQUALITY

 To  provide a set of considerations to help the private sector focus on key elements integral to promoting gender equality. 

HUMAN RIGHTS & CULTURAL JUSTICE

To promote peaceful conflict resolution inorder to reduce on gender based domestic violence and other social injustices

WHO WE ARE

STRATEGY PLANNING

To be a regional hub of Africa for the promotion of quality professional research for sustainable development, Education, Social Justice, human rights, youth empowerment, women and Gender equality, Peace and security, conflict Negotiations and management, Arms control, Environmental Natural Resources management, Net working, Agriculture, capacity building, advocacy ,campaigns and consultancy.

  • HUMAN RIGHTS 80%
  • GENDER EQUALITY 87%
  • SMALL ARMS AND LIGHT WEAPONS MONITORING 94%

OUR TEAM

ORIOKOT H

ORIOKOT H

CEO

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HASSAN K

HASSAN K

COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

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MOSES M

MOSES M

PROJECT MANAGER

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OUR POSTS

CIVIL SOCIETY AND PEACEBUILDING

CIVIL SOCIETY AND PEACEBUILDING

Rachel Madenyika, UN Representative,

The new Secretary-General is entering the UN at a time that requires crucial decisions for peacebuilding. The UN has responded to the increase in conflict and insecurity throughout the world by acknowledging that peacebuilding needs to take place before, during and after the outbreak of conflict. Such a shift within the UN towards ‘sustaining peace’ recognises the primacy of politics while also stressing an approach that links security, development and human rights. This new concept, together with the peace mandate of the 2030 Agenda, could help reorient the UN’s efforts to sustain peace and accomplish the spirit of the UN Charter.

 

GENDER CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE NEW UN CHIEF

GENDER CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE NEW UN CHIEF

Melina Lito, Program Officer, Equality Now

As an international human rights organisation working to protect the rights of women and girls, Equality Now first launched its campaign for a woman Secretary-General (SG) about 20 years ago. Concerned that in the 70-year history of the UN there still has not been a woman Secretary-General, the organisation renewed this campaign in 2015, noting the many qualified female candidates who could be appointed to the position and the need for a transparent selection process.The campaign was also grounded on the underrepresentation of women within the UN itself. For the past decade, according to UN Women, only 24.6 per cent of the highest positions at the Organisation have been filled by women. 

APPOINTMENT OF NEW UNHCR BOSS

APPOINTMENT OF NEW UNHCR BOSS

Nan Buzard, Executive Director, International Council of Voluntary Agencies

In 2016, for the first time there were significant improvements in the transparency of the process to select a new UN Secretary-General and the WHO Director-General. This has not always been the case when filling leadership posts in the UN, as demonstrated by the largely closed-door nomination and selection process for the post of UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).After a closed process in 2000 with no official opportunity for input from NGOs, in 2005, efforts to take a new approach to appointing the High Commissioner were welcomed by civil society. The UN Secretariat sent letters to governments and notably also some NGOs, asking for nominations with a list of criteria to guide nominations.

CONTROL OF SALW

IT’S IMMORAL FOR ADULTS TO USE CHILDREN IN WAR. We work for children to live free from military exploitation and harm. The use of boys and girls for military purposes violates their human rights. Those who exploit children often try to hide their activities.We as an organization are dedicated to promoting public understanding and support for effective arms control policies Working to eliminate the threats posed by the regional’s most dangerous weapons.

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ABOUT RDIDC

 Regional Centre for International Development Corporation (RCIDC) was established in 2010, and registered by the government of the republic of Uganda as membership-based capacity building development organization to promote professional research for sustainable development, Social economic and cultural Justice, human rights.

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Kampala Road 4th Floor
P.O.Box 11236 Kampala, Uganda
Off : +256 – 414 – 374 – 085
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Cell : +256 -712 – 600 – 702
Cell : +256 -754 – 600 – 800
Email: info@rcidc.org.

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