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Climate Change Education

Leave no one behind

The project provides knowledge and resources to enable participants to make informed choices to adopt an environmentally and ethically sustainable lifestyle. Participants are given the knowledge and means to recycle their organic waste into usable compost at school and home and grow nutritious food at home.

The project aims to enable schools, youth, and the surrounding Community of Namyoya village in Mukono in, Uganda, to learn environmentally and ethically sustainable plant-based ways of living in harmony with nature and about modern-day slavery and its consequence. The training is conducted by 70% of survivors and 30 % of professionals on climate change.

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Your donation will help us train survivor professionals across East Africa to, advocate for effective, just policies and legislation, and build alert communities about human trafficking.