Regional Centre for International Development Cooperation.(RCIDC)

(Unverified non-profit organisation)

Regional Center 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 Justice, human rights, youth empowerment, women and Gender equality, Agriculture ,Peace and security, conflict management and resolution, small arms and light weapons control, Environment Natural Resources management, Net working, capacity building, advocacy campaigns with currently two hundred member organizations.

Mission :

To promote a smooth and fair environment sharing platform to influence good governance and cultural, economic sustainable development processes in Africa.

Objectives :

1. To promote quality professional research for sustainable development, influence policy, Education, Social Justice, human rights, youth empowerment, women and Gender equality children and women empowerment, Peace and security, conflict Negotiations and management, Environment Natural Resources management, Net working, Agriculture, capacity building, campaigns advocacy and consultancy.

2. To co-ordinate, cooperate or work in partnership with any local, international organizations / agencies, associations or groups and individuals with similar interest and objectives in promoting better world for everyone to live.

3. To offer professional Management, Training in leadership, promoting the development of small and medium scale enterprises (SMS) to become the main vehicle for enhancing sustainability and economic growth.

Website

https://www.rcidco.org/

Year established

2012

Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

Less than 500,000

Participant in relevant networks

Horn of Africa arms control net work African Union Ecosocc member of CPDE.

Further information


About this organisation

Partnership types

Advocacy of global issues

Global issues

Education and training; Gender issues; Trade and development