Welcome to MOD Public Health foundation
MOD Public Health Foundation is incorporated with limited liability (80020002025907) and is registered as a Non-profit Public Health Organization (NGO) in Uganda (INDR155354614NB). MOD was founded by a team of experienced public health professionals as a Community-Based Organisation (CBO) in August 2016, developed, and got registered as an NGO with the Government of Uganda on July 07th, 2021. The Organisation is located on Plot 79, Bukoba Road, Masaka City, 135km, south-central of Kampala, Uganda’s capital, and has a five-year (5) permit with the mandate to operate countrywide (INDP0004614NB).
MOD's business models are designed by the Organization’s Second Strategic Plan (SBP) 2020/21-2024/25. Our strategic goal is to contribute towards the realization of universal health care coverage among 750,000 People from under-served communities and sub-populations in Uganda by 2024. The SBP highlights the Organization’s financial and social objectives, mission, vision, client needs or capabilities, and legal environment. The Company five-SBP is aligned with Uganda's III National Development Plan (UNDPIII) 2020/21-2024/25 and defines the Organization’s services namely.
“We envision healthier communities accessing low-cost emerging public health innovations and solutions”.
To achieve universal health care coverage in under-served communities and sub-populations through accelerating optimal translation, uptake and impact of new public health knowledge and practices.
Our strategic goal is to contribute towards the realization of universal health care coverage among 750,000 People from under-served communities and sub-populations in Uganda.
Our 5-Years Social Impact
Using our Knowledge, Translation, Thesis & Application (KNOTSA) community engaging model, we provided health promotion services to 110,000 people in Masaka, Sembabule, Bukomansimbi, Mityana, Mubende & Luweero district
Our community engaging models accelerated access to HIV epidemic control services to adolescent girls, young women (AGYW) & their intimate male partners in Masaka & Mubende region.