Under a one week Co-creation Workshop in Istanbul, 3 key representatives from each the 6 project implementing countries met with support from Save The Children Netherlands to co-develop an implementation strategy focusing on community-led development and raising voices. The strategy will be intended to support all partners in their work for inclusivity, meaningful participation, tracking […]
GABA market is one of the few markets located on the showers of Lake Victoria supporting over 500 people carrying out business which also includes food items. The Market is characterized by a poor drainage system which has caused stagnant water in the market full of waste and stench, it also has no effective dumping
The National Children’s Parliament whose theme was “Creating An Africa Fit For Children” was organized to raise the voices of children on matters concerning•Climate change and resilience•Sanitation, Water and Hygiene•Food and Nutrition SecurityThe event was graced by Hon: Mahoka Margret, a member of the Childrens Parliamentary committee and supported by World Vision Uganda, The Hunger
In participation of over 100 pupils, together with our partners we managed to hold the finals for the Annual essay competitions about Nutrition and WASH practices among 5 primary schools in Wakiso district under the Right2Grow program. In the final round which was hosted by one of the participating schools, each school was represented by
Young people need to know that they are the primary responsibility to their health and well-being though minding about what they eat, using safe water, promoting sanitation and hygiene .
Discussing matters concerning WASH and Nutrition with learners in the primary section. If the young generation is fully empowered then the future is secured
Whole day spent in the communities of Iganga District to trace the success stories or efforts by community member to impact climate change and wellbeing where we visited a community nursery bed for trees which are distributed free to members and also they young people are trained on how care for them .
In Masooli Secondary School in Wakiso District, together with Girls in School Initiative and Suubi foundation we reached out to over 60 students in the ages between 13-20 years on an interactive Peer Education Program which focused on Sex education and Menstural health Management.
As a member Organization of MCLD-U, we were represented by our Team Leader Ian Kikomeko to an event organized by the Movement for Community-Led Development (MCLD-U) which was marked by a learning episode about Community-Led Development and its relevance by Dr. Daisy Owomugasho, Regional Director, The Hunger Project Uganda and Gunjan Veda, Senior Advisor and Coordinator of Global Collaborative Research MCLD .