News list

  • Kyabazinga Launches Eye Universal Srhr Project Worth

    A three-year project aimed at advancing the sexual and reproductive health and rights of adolescents and youth in the districts of Kamuli and Mayuge in Busoga sub region has been launched today by the Kyabazinga of Busoga HRH William Wilberforce Gabula Nadiope IV.

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  • DINU builds two slaughterhouses to improve beef quality in Moroto

    Under the Development Initiative for Northern Uganda (DINU), a Government of Uganda programme supported by the EU and supervised by OPM, Care Denmark received a grant in 2020 to implement a project, “Inclusive Market-based Development for Smallholder Farmers in Northern Uganda.”

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  • CARE Takes on the Charter Of Change Coordination Role

    CARE International in Uganda has received instruments of power as the coordinating agency of the Charter for Change (C4C) Working Group in Uganda. Michael Tugyetwena, CARE’s Operations Director received the instruments from Henry Muyanja, the Executive Director Street Child, (the outgoing coordinating agency) in a modest coordination role handover event held at CARE Head Office in Kampala on January 11th, 2022.

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  • Solar Kitchens Sustainable energy Solution

    CARE International in Uganda in partnership with Innovation Norway and DANIDA recently launched a plastic recycling plant and three community solar kitchens expected to serve about 50 households per village in Kyangwali refugee settlement in Kikuube District. The kitchens installed at the different women’s safe spaces will reduce both deforestation and female exposure to gender-based violence experienced during collection of firewood.

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  • The PepsiCo Foundation’s support of She Feeds the World Programme in Uganda leaves lasting legacy

    A partnership between the PepsiCo Foundation – the philanthropic arm of one of the world’s leading food and beverage companies, and CARE – a global humanitarian organisation, has improved the food and nutrition security of thousands of poor, rural households in Kyenjojo and Kyegegwa districts in Uganda.

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AB. Gabazira
Country Director, CARE International in Uganda