managed by P. Byamugisha (Communication)
(NFALYD) is a Ugandan based non-profit, non-governmental agency committed to promoting capacity building, leadership training and development of groups, serving particularly youth. Multi-sectoral Network for Leadership Training and Development, works in partnership with NGO’s, community groups, educational institutions, businesses and governments to promote multifaceted leadership training and development for individuals and organizations in the youth bracket youth.
Network for African Youth Leadership and Development supports its work through the voluntary efforts and resources of its members, and the general public and strives to raise material and moral support from all sectors of Ugandan society, to improve the lives of the society by targeting the youth. So far the organization consists of a library, a hall, offices, canteen and a good compound that directly deliver a safe and effective learning environment for hundreds of local disadvantaged youth. The Centre employs a librarian, project manager, extension workers, tutors and a security officer.
NFAYLD is an organization that was initiated by the late Dr. Joyce Nsubuga and registered in Uganda, East Africa in 2005. Dr. Nsubuga developed the initial concept and idea to set up the Network and learning centres to help HIV/AIDS orphans. Dr. Nsubuga, along with her family donated the land on which the first learning centre is situated. Initial fundraising support was provided by members of the Oakville Trafalgar Presbyterian Church, Canada.