Our initiatives are wisely selected and are locally owned by the communities we work with to improve their livelihoods.

Women Empowerment.

This initiative aims to improve the lives of low-income families, specifically in rural areas. This project will enable them become economically stable through farming and non-farming business investments and innovations using locally available resources in their communities. We do this by enabling women, girls and youth to start village businesses, from which they can generate income and become self-sustainable. The project entails, but is not limited to; Village Microenterprises and village saving & loaning. Learn more here

Green Villages.

This initiative aims at engaging communities in increasing biodiversity, enhancing socio-economic and fighting poverty in climate challenged communities. With their gift kits, farmer families transform their farmlands into micro eco system units that enrich diversity and productivity in communities where livelihoods are threatened by climate change. Our interventions include; Planting trees with farmer families, working with Eco schools and providing Green energy in villages. Learn more here

Water for communities.

Water for Communities (W4C) is a water and sanitation initiative aiming to improve access to safe water in communities of Lwengo and Mpigi districts among families and schools. Many individuals in villages often get deadly, yet preventable diseases such as diarrhea, poor sanitation methods after using the toilets and other unhygienic practices. This initiative directly addresses these core challenges using cost effective and sustainable means. Learn more here