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NAPE TRAINS WOMEN IN IDPs AND REFUGEE CAMPS ENTREPRENUERSHIP SKILLS TO ENHANCE SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS AND FIGHT AGAINST GENDER BASED VIOLENCE

Angelic Mbisemenshe, a refugee living in Kyangwali refugee camp in Hoima district has often found…

ByByPrecious NaturindaJanuary 3, 2022

HOIMA COMMUNITIES CALL FOR MORE SUPPORT IN CONSERVATION OF KIHAGYA CULTURAL FOREST; A SACRED NATURAL SITE FOR ABAHAGYA CLAN

On a beautiful Wednesday afternoon characterized by scotching sun, fresh air, slightly cold breeze and…

ByByPrecious NaturindaDecember 2, 2021

NAPE SUPPORTING SMALL HOLDER FARMERS TO PROMOTE TRADIONAL APPROACHES TO FOOD SECURITY

Though weather patterns have changed tremendously due to effects of climate change, planting seasons in…

ByByPrecious NaturindaDecember 2, 2021

AFRICAN BIODIVERSITY NETWORK (ABN) TO PARTNER WITH NAPE TO PROMOTE TRADITIONAL APPROACHES FOR BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND FOOD SOVEREIGNITY

African Biodiversity Network (ABN) has pledged to partner with National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE)…

ByByPrecious NaturindaDecember 2, 2021

Women standing up to save the ecosystems as expansion of extractive industries takes shape in the Albertine Rift

The rapid growth of extractive industry in Uganda’s Albertine graben is at the same time…

ByByPrecious NaturindaDecember 2, 2021

NAPE CALLS FOR TOTAL BAN ON LEAD PAINT AS THE WORLD MARKS THE INTERNATIONAL LEAD POISONING PREVENTION WEEK OF ACTION

Press Statement National Association of Professional Environmentalists (NAPE) has joined the rest of the World…

ByByadminOctober 31, 2021
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The Community Green Radio is an offshoot of the main Sustainability School programme. It was initiated and established to speed up the process of amplifying the voices of communities in Bunyoro sub-region in Western Uganda who are grappling with the challenges posed by the mushrooming oil industry in the area. The Community Green Radio has been on air since August 1, 2014 and is increasingly becoming popular in the region because of its people/community centred programming. Currently the listeners of the radio have formed themselves into 9 Listeners Clubs.

Some of the Listeners clubs were formed out of the existing Sustainability School villages while others which were formed independently are also turning into Sustainability villages. This ensures that the Sustainability School approach remain applicable both in the main Sustainability School and in the Community Green Radio.

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NAPE’S SUSTAINABILITY SCHOOL VILLAGES CLOSES 2021 WITH ADVOCACY DRAMA EXHIBITION
GRASSROOT WOMEN MOBILISE COLLECTIVE POWER TO DEMAND FOR LAND AND CLIMATE JUSTICE AS NAPE HOLDS A FEMINIST SCHOOL IN NORTHERN UGANDA
NAPE TRAINS WOMEN IN IDPs AND REFUGEE CAMPS ENTREPRENUERSHIP SKILLS TO ENHANCE SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS AND FIGHT AGAINST GENDER BASED VIOLENCE
HOIMA COMMUNITIES CALL FOR MORE SUPPORT IN CONSERVATION OF KIHAGYA CULTURAL FOREST; A SACRED NATURAL SITE FOR ABAHAGYA CLAN
NAPE SUPPORTING SMALL HOLDER FARMERS TO PROMOTE TRADIONAL APPROACHES TO FOOD SECURITY
AFRICAN BIODIVERSITY NETWORK (ABN) TO PARTNER WITH NAPE TO PROMOTE TRADITIONAL APPROACHES FOR BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND FOOD SOVEREIGNITY