Published on 5th/06/2022 As the world commemorates World Environment Day, we raise our voices to re-echo this year’s theme – “We only have one earth”. The OnlyOneEarth campaign calls for collective, transformative action on a global scale to celebrate, protect and restore our planet. At Regenerate Africa, this is at the crux of our beliefs
Nkumba University formalizes their partnership with Regenerate Africa . This partnership moves towards contributing to regenerative economic development leading to healthier people, the environment, climate, communities, and sustainable livelihoods. It provides the framework for applying and promoting regenerative principles, concepts, practices and approaches in Uganda and the Africa-wide region. This will be achieved through practical
A readiness study, conducted by Regenerate Africa in collaboration with ExpanNet and the Preston Werner Ventures (PWV), was conducted for advancing and up-scaling Sexual Reproductive Health and Family Planning for climate change adaptation and resilience in Uganda. Read the study below, and see images.
Regenerate Africa has officially partnered with the CEO SUMMIT UGANDA to host and support the CEO Summit Sustainability Impact Center which was launched during 2022 CEO Forum in Kampla Uganda. The center will provide education, advise, research, tools and certifications on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and sustainable development best practices and solutions, and their benefits to
The National Population Council (NPC) in collaboration with Regenerate Africa and Uganda Population, Health and Environment (PHE) Network, and partners, 123 Collective, Population Institute,The GAIA Initiative for Earth-Human Balance, Rapid Advisory Services and BUILD/USAID/AFIDEP, have organized a one day convening entitled, Population dynamics, Gender, Health and Climate connection: Why bridging the gap and building solutions
The project is located in Buikwe District, Ssi-Bukunja Sub-county, Zittwe Parish and Nalumuli Village. The site of the project the whole sub-county of Ssi-Bukunja which is one of the few sub-counties in the greater Mukono that still have significant natural forest cover which is largely owned and managed by private entities and individuals. The objective
The project geographical focus is in selected six (6) districts in Uganda i.e. 3 in the Lake Victoria Basin (i.e. Mukono, Buikwe and Kayunga) and 3 in the Mt. Elgon Region i.e. Bukwo, Kapchorwa, and Kween The project objective is, ´´to enhance small scale coffee farming communities’ resilience to climate shocks and stresses and increase