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Our Mission

“To work with partners and communities to promote meaningful young peoples’ participation in the socio-economic and civic well-being for community transformation.”

Our Vision

“A world where citizens are empowered to engage peacefully and effectively for the sustainable development of their communities.”

Latest Stories

Ssengendo’s urban farm in Kirombe, Kampala

Ssengendo’s urban farm in Kirombe, Kampala

Madinah Ssengendo is a resident of Kirombe in Nakawa, Kampala. Ssengendo is among the people practising urban farming in Kampala. She had almost... .../Read More!

akalanda Phiona, a resident of Katwe I, practising box gardening

akalanda Phiona, a resident of Katwe I, practising box gardening

Poor drainage. Poor housing. High cost of living. Survival for the fittest. These are some of what describe many slum communities in Kampala. And... .../Read More!

mixed farming

mixed farming

Mr. Rwothomio Joseph is passionate young farmer living at Kunya Zone in Mutungo, a Kampala suburb. The 28-year-old keeps animals and grows crops... .../Read More!

Twezimbe Women Group working area

Twezimbe Women Group working area

Polythene bags (kaveera) are the most used grocery shopping bags by many Ugandans. One of the reasons for this is because they are cheap and... .../Read More!

urban farming

urban farming

Last year, the Network for Active Citizens in partnership with Dreamtown, a non-governmental organisation, taught youth, who came to be known as... .../Read More!

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Many things damaging the environment have been done and are still being done. But there are solutions and other option to use like reuse, reduce and recycle in order to keep our environment
Many things damaging the environment have been done and are still being done. But there are solutions and other option to use like reuse, reduce and recycle in order to keep our environment
Nac's Walk away, a demostration of street gardening
Nac's Walk away, a demostration of street gardening
Improving social well being of young mothers living in ghetto communities.
Improving social well being of young mothers living in ghetto communities.
Using Phones as A study tool
Using Phones as A study tool

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