OUR ORGANISATION

Soroti Catholic Diocese Integrated Development Organization (SOCADIDO) is a development arm of the Soroti Catholic Diocese. We are an affiliate to the wider family of Caritas Internationalis, and the National chapter, Caritas Uganda of the Uganda Episcopal Conference. Our legal holder is the Bishop of the Soroti Catholic Diocese. We were founded in 1981. SOCADIDO operates in Soroti, Kumi, Katakwi, Kabermaido, Amuria, Bukedea, Serere and Ngora districts. We seek to ensure the availability of, and access to, social and economic services by the communities in the Teso region, Eastern Uganda.
 

The Five Year Strategic Plan 2012 - 2016 has been developed after comprehensive process of consultation; reflection on the organizational philosophy (vision, mission and core operating values); review of achievements.
 

challenges/constraints and lessons learnt from previous programmes and analyses of emerging development concerns at community, national and international levels. The stakeholder analysis, environmental scan and organizational assessment helped identify both the challenges and opportunities that SOCADIDO may face or take advantage of..READMORENGO in UGANDA

WHAT WE DO

BUSINESS AND INCOME SECURITY PROGRAMME (BINS)

BINS has been designed to provide business-oriented support to the farming households, ... 

AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT FOR ENHANCED LIVELIHOODS PROGRAMME (AGRID)

SOCADIDO's experience is that communities that are on a recovery process need support , ... 

DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION PROGRAMME (DRR & CCA)

The DRR and CCA programme has been designed in response to the cyclic . ... 

INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT (INDE)

For the sake of efficiency and effectiveness, SOCADIDO, as the facilitating.... 

SOCADIDO CORE VALUES

The key guiding principles of the organization include among others the following: SOCADIDO is built on the values of Christ centered stewardship; Preferential option for the vulnerable; Subsidiarity; Transparency; Partnership; and Professionalism