Network for Active Citizens (NAC) | Locally Engaged, Globally Connected

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

The bags where usinguzi plants his vegetables

Musinguzi David is an urban farmer in Makindye, Wasswa zone. Musinguzi says he learnt the benefits of urban farming from a Ghetto Go Green... .../Read More!

a picture of a young man whom I pictured throwing a plastic bottle on the road

It may come as a surprise to many people that it is actually very wrong to litter or dump on the streets or by the road respectively.The practice... .../Read More!

Flood waters in Kirombe

Manyattta is a zone in Kirombe, a Kampala suburb. Residents famously know the area as where flooding never ceases. No matter the amount of the... .../Read More!

Maganda washing the plastic bags in a stream of water

Poor disposal of polythene bags in Uganda is still a big challenge although numerous initiatives and laws have been imposed to help solve the... .../Read More!

Uganda is already witnessing the impacts of climate change on its environment. One of the visible effects of climate change is the disappearing... .../Read More!

Latest Videos

Fruits of GGG PROJECT
Fruits of GGG PROJECT
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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