Zidan Benevolence International

Unverified non-profit organisation

Zidan Benevolence International is a local community based organization that works to fight against pediatric HIV and AIDS, and operates in Buikwe district to provide HIV prevention, care and treatment services for women, children, and families. In order to achieve the mission, Zidan Benevolence International collaborates with and empowers communities to play a strong role in planning, delivering, and monitoring HIV prevention, care and treatment services. The organization is committed to identifying, documenting, and replicating sustainable models of community involvement and service delivery that enhance coordination and partnership between the health sector and communities in order to further the highest attainable standards of health and well-being for all. As such, the organization collaborates with a variety of stakeholders, including government agencies, civil society organizations, community leaders, faith-based institutions, networks of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, non-governmental organizations, and other entities.

Zidan Benevolence International has worked within a variety of communities throughout Buikwe district to ensure access to EMTCT, and HIV care and treatment services.

Zidan Benevolence International is an indigenous, non-profit making; charitable organization established in 2010, reorganized by Buikwe District in 2018 as a Community Based Organization (CBO),

Organization’s Current Programs :

Zidan Benevolence International operates under three program areas: Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (OVC); Organizational Strengthening and Capacity Building (OSCB). Support is offered to all people in terms of economic strengthening, food and nutrition security, Health, Water Sanitation and shelter, education, psychosocial support/basic care, child protection



Year established


Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

Less than 500,000

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Children, youth and family welfare; Community development; Shelter, housing, land...show all (5)