The administrative headquarters of Meeting Point International is located in Kitintale. The Kitintale office is responsible for the tracking of children under sponsorship, the repayment of loans, distribution of medicine and allocation of donated funds. In a newly remodeled facility with office rooms, and a courtyard for gatherings clients, visitors and volunteers will always find a Meeting Point International employee with a welcoming smile. Click here to get directions
MPI has a cultural center in Naguru, it is made up of a meeting room, a smaller class for lessons and a clinic. Here meetings, dances, health education and literacy classes are held every Monday and Wednesday.Click here to get directions
The other cultural center is located in Kireka, the center comprises of a spaciuos meeting room, a small clinic, and a couple of smaller rooms that are used as classes for Adult Literacy. Here the activities are held every Tuesday and Thursday.
Kireka is a a place that is constantly evolving. The continuous flow of migrants from northern Uganda, mostly of Acholi descent, has given this area its’ nick-name of “The Acholi Quarter.” In their songs, the women of MPI affectionately call it “New York City”. Women gather there during the day to make necklaces and dance; while other men and women come for literacy classes.Click here to get directions