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Promoting Natural Resources Management for Sustainable Livelihoods (PNRM4SL)

Ecological Christian Organisation (ECO), a national Non-Governmental Organisation in Uganda with financial support from Bread for the World (BROT) implemented a project promoting the use of local resources for sustainable livelihoods in the fishing and mining communities around Lake Victoria basin and Karamoja sub-region respectively. The project commenced in September 2016 to December 2019. The direct beneficiaries of the project…Read More→

Strengthening Resilience and Sustainable resource use for Food, Health and Livelihoods Security of Agro-Fishing and Mining Communities in Uganda

The project supported by Bread for the World is an integrated response towards addressing existing and emerging threats to the vulnerable biodiversity of Karamoja Region and Lake Victoria Basin area and its associated ecosystems, including the threat of increasing population pressures, while supporting community economic and social development. The project directly targets to reach 38,500 direct beneficiaries and 54,000 indirect…Read More→

Rehabilitation and Protection of Natural Resources in Refugee and Host Communities, Arua district, Northern Uganda – Malteser International

Overall objective Contribution to rehabilitation and protection of natural resources as well as improved livelihoods for refugee and host communities in Rhino Camp, Arua District, Northern Uganda. Specific objectives Forest protection is promoted through afforestation on private, municipal and public land and the strengthening of tree nurseries Pressure on the ecosystem is reduced by more efficient use of resources in…Read More→

Restoring and conserving degraded fragile ecosystems for improved community livelihoods among the refugee and host communities of West Nile Region and the mid –Albertine Rift (EU).

Overall project objective Improved livelihoods and eco systems resilience to impacts of refugees and climate change in refugee hosting landscapes. Specific objectives To restore degraded forests, wetlands, savannah woodlands and other fragile ecosystems impacted by human activities in refugee hosting districts. Support landowners in host communities to establish agroforestry enterprises and adapt Sustainable Land. Build capacity of Local Governments (LG),…Read More→

Fostering Sustainability and Resilience for Food Security in the Karamoja (FSURE)-UNDP

  Government of Uganda through the Ministry of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries DRAFT (MAAIF), is implementing a GEF-funded 5-year project entitled “Fostering Sustainability and Resilience for food Security in the Karamoja Region”, with technical and financial support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Overall, the project intends to enhance resilience…Read More→

Improved livelihoods, Food Security, and Nutrition for agro-pastoral communities at risk of human trafficking in Nabilatuk and Napak Districts

  The project funded by AWO International seeks to improve agricultural productivity, consumption of micronutrient-rich foods, utilization of community-based nutrition and FP/SRHR services and reduce household vulnerability to human trafficking among smallholder agro-pastrol households at risk of human trafficking of Nabilatuk and Napak Districts, Karamoja Region. The project works in remote and underserved communities targeting 6 villages i.e. Napayan, Nakudep…Read More→

FORESTS OF THE WORLD (Valuing Forests in Uganda)

VALUING THE FORESTS IN UGANDA The Valuing Forests in Uganda is a project supported by the Forests of the World Denmark whose development objective is to influence decision making for pro-poor national forest policy that contributes to enhanced ecosystem resilience and benefits for all. Project scope and duration The project is implemented at national level mainly targeting policymakers in the…Read More→

Multi Actor Partnerships (MAPs) for Implementing NDCs with 100% Renewable Energy (RE) for all in the Global South (WWF)

Energy (RE) for all in the Global South (WWF)  Overall goal of the project To introduce and consolidate Multi Actor Partnerships (MAPs) with a 100% Renewable Energy (RE) target in three countries (Nepal, Uganda and Vietnam). This is in line with the objectives of Paris Agreement to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as part of efforts to combat climate change….Read More→


  Fostering Sustainability and Resilience for Food Security in Karamoja Sub Region The project is implemented in 5 parishes of Nabilatuk sub-county and Moruita sub counties of Nabilatuk and Nakapiripirit Districts. The project is focused to supporting capacity enhancement of the community in the selected watershed areas to sustainably utilize the natural resources through regeneration and protection for resilience building…Read More→

Shaping Karamojas mining future: The Karamoja mining symposium

In preparation of the Karamoja Mining Symposium, Ecological Christian organization (ECO) in partnership with the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, GIZ, Montrose International, Uganda Chamber of Mines and Petroleum organized a joint pre-consultation meeting for national and Karamoja CSOs was held in Kampala on 21st March 2017 at Africana Hotel in Kampala. 20 CSOs including Transparency international, safer world,…Read More→