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Eco-Agric Uganda is guided by a vision of improved agriculture for a healthy population and environment.
Eco-Agric Uganda strives to create improved livelihoods through trainings and capacity building, disease prevention, agricultural transformation and maintaining a healthy environment.
The Environmental Conservation & Agricultural Enhancement Uganda (Eco-Agric Uganda) is a registered Organisation under the Uganda registrar of Companies - as a Company Limited by Guarantee with no share capital. The organisation was established in 2007 and enjoys over 7 years experience in providing services related to capacity building, research, and trainings in livelihood improvement sectors such as agriculture, entrepreneurship and financial management, health, environmental conservation, and oil and gas governance.
The organisation cherishes and builds on 5 core values which include; a) Transparency and Accountability; b) Innovativeness & Professionalism; c) Partnerships and Networking; d) Gender equality; and e) Commitment to Sustainable Development of communities that takes into account contemporary cross cutting issues like HIV/AIDS, Climate Change, Oil and Gas Development, MDGS, and National Development Plans and Strategies.
The organisation has two offices, that is, (i) Field Coordination Office in Hoima Town Council, Hoima District; and (ii) Head Office at Najjera, Kira Town Council, Wakiso District.
Eco-Agric Uganda Core Services and Capabilities:
The organisation provides services and executes trainings in the following fields;
- Sustainable farming methods and technologies
- Improve livelihoods among orphans, vulnerable children, women, people with disabilities and elderly
- HIV/AIDS prevention and control
- Entrepreneurship and financial management
- Tree planting and Agro-forestry
- TOT in Gender issues
Eco-Agric Uganda is part of the GLOBAL GIVING CHALLENGE. It has raised only $30 We are looking for volunteer to help us raise $5000 to RESTORE HOPE TO 500 UGANDAN ORPHANShttp://www.globalgiving.org/projects/restore-hope-to-500-ugandan-orphans-and-vulnerables/