THEMATIC AREAS

AGRICULTURE AND LIVELIHOODS

Under this schematic area we promote agriculture through supporting small holder farmers through trainings to improve their skills in the best practices of agriculture and breed improvement which enables them to access better and reliable markets. We also do skills training for vulnerable youths and women in rural areas of operation.

ADVOCACY & GOOD GOVERNANCE

The programme helps its beneficiaries to have a platform where they can demand and talk for their rights violated during the Oil roads Construction. In this category, we have people whose houses were destroyed by the heavy tracks working on the nearby Oil roads, those whose land was used but were never compensated, and also those whose property was destroyed by the poorly disposed soil during the Oil roads construction.

The programme targets local communities within the Sub-Counties of Bugambe, Kabwoya, Kiziranfumbi, Kyangwali, Buliisa and Ngwedo and these included youths, women, men, the local political leadership, District technocrats, Civil Society Organization (CSOs), governmental bodies (NEMA, PAU, UNRA e.t.c), road construction companies and oil exploration and development companies in the region.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

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HEALTH & NUTRITION

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GENDER & DEVELOPMENT

The programme goal is to improve on the quality of life of women, men, and children in Kyaterekera, Mpeefu and Bwikara Sub-counties in Kagadi district. This programme helps rural households to improve on their access to clean water, promotion of micro- businesses and also Health promotion.

MICROFINANCE(PROMIC)

Through Promotion of micro-Entrepreneur’s developmentnProgram (PROMIC) we give loans to Female Micro-Entrepreneurs at very low interest rates as a way of helping them develop their micro enterprises without risking their assets to be taken by Commercial banks which require high interests which most of the times are difficult to pay leading to the selling of the assets from the micro-entrepreneurs to cover the loans.