Integrated Villages is a registered not for profit community-based organization in Uganda working together with low-income families to end inequalities and poverty.
Our mission is to fight poverty and inequality in low-income families.
We envision empowered communities where people live free from poverty.
The impacts of climate change and socio-economic constraints that surround the everyday lives of under-resourced women and men threaten the livelihoods of their families furthering poverty, inequality and environmental degardation.
We partner with villages and provide tools, skills and opportunities to women, men and young people in these villages to meet their closest needs such as food production, income generation, access to clean energy to end poverty in a sustainable way.
The Village-Centered Approach
We partner with villages to work with families, build their capacity and provide tools to address socio-economic and environmental problems using local resources.
One village at a time.
We promote sustainable farming among communities that we work with. Farmers are trained in improved crop and animal husbandry practices that enhance farm productivity and incomes. Farmers are learning how to manage soil fertility, conserve water, increase yields and access to better markets.
Many women in villages especially single mothers and those who have no access to land are very vulnerable in society. We are supporting women to start, small businesses that require little capital and equipping them with skills to manage their businesses.
We work with farmer communities to equip them with knowledge and tools to adapt to climate change and also mitigate the impacts of climate change in their communities. This is done through increasing tree cover, use of renewable energy like solar, energy saving stoves among others.
Households with Solar
Our Partners and Supporters
Phone: +256 0787092955
Po BOX: 227 Masaka, Uganda
We envision Communities with empowered families living in a productive and peaceful environment