Read about our most recent grantees from our East Africa Leadership Program.

Luganda Lydia, Nabasumba Harriet a membe – Compound Urban Gardening Project


Compound Urban Gardening Project aims to address the food and nutrition security issues in the Mukono district. This project involves mobilization and sensitization of women in homes on health, social and economic benefits of growing and eating vegetables. Through this project, women learn how to utilize the little space in [...]

Acaye Paul, Promoter PWDs Sports in Ug – Pride in Me


“Pride in Me project” is an all-inclusive school-based intervention aimed to make schools safer, more ‘disability-friendly’ environment for children with disabilities to learn through engaging various stakeholders, at the school level, as well as in the local community and government through a range of different activities. Through this project, children [...]

Woodmold Biosand Filter for AMRED – Wood Mold Bio Sand Filter for Clean Drinking water


The “Wood Mold Bio Sand Filter for Clean Drinking water” project aims to provide clean safe drinking water in Kobongo Village and Ahero Town that are affected by the increase incidence of water borne related diseases such as cholera, typhoid, E coli, and amoebic dysentery. The Kobon’go community relies on [...]

Rose Otieno – Music for Improving Literacy Project


The “Music for Improving Literacy Project” aims to promote literacy through music. This literacy program equips preschool children attending under-resourced village schools. Through this project children will be engaged in music and dance activities, storytelling and drama performances to enhance literacy in Koyango villages in western Kenya.

Mwembe Mwanyonyo & The Village Experience – Jericho Primary School expansion


The “Jericho Primary School expansion project” will provide three new classrooms, latrines, teachers lounge, and desks for the school community near Mpekatoni, Kenya. The previous structures built in 2011 had fallen apart due to the poor construction, and 360 children were squeezed into barely functioning classrooms. Through this expansion project, [...]

Paul Okot – Christ the King Vegetable Garden


“Christ the King Vegetable Demonstration project” aims to support a sustainable livelihood through planting vegetables for vulnerable elders, orphans, widows and sick that come to the parish seeking assistance. Through this project, those who reach out for assistance will be empowered to volunteer and support the farming and harvest of [...]

Rural Women and Youth Fund Uganda (Ruth Fund) – Building Confidence of Elderly in Kyengera: Skills Training.


The Rural Women and Youth Fund Uganda (Ruth Fund) provides support to rural and urban communities that are marginalized and live in poverty. The Ruth Fund created the “Building Confidence of Elderly in Kyengera: Skills Training” project to help support elderly and the challenges they face. This project inspired elderly [...]

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