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 training, exposure and responsive action research actively involving the undergraduate and post graduate students. In the photos: Mr. Charles Kabiswa (RA Executive Director), Dr. Joshua Zake, Ph.D. (RATechnical and Strategic Advisor), Dr. Susan Nakanwagi (Natural Resources Governance andSustainability specialist), Ms. Maria Nakalanda (Gender Health and Environment lead), Prof.Jude Lubega (Vice Chancellor, NU), Dr. Barakagira Alex (Dean School of Sciences, NU) andWitness Nabalende (Ag. Dean Law, NU) and Dr. Taddeo Rusoke PhD.
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. Annex-1-Readiness-Study-Brochure-SRHR-and-CC-Action-7Dec-2022-vFWD-u-1Download