Environment

Posts about Environment

We need a website for organisation.

Status: Finished
Time needed: 
Two weeks or more
Step: 
1

A website to show who we are, our mission and benefits the organisation will provide to the village.

Project: Village talk

Supporting Human/Civil Rights project

Status: In progress
Time needed: 
A week
Step: 
1

Involvement of communities to monitor and demand for their rights is critical for sustainable rural development. Communities need to demand the authorities to account and fulfill their commitments to guaranteeing human/civil rights. We have developed a project proposal for sourcing out resources to this effect.

We request various expertise here help review attached document and provide advice/guide for possible sources of resources.

Attached files: 

Review garden project's website and suggest how to make it more relevant http://cbsmgarden.weebly.com/

Status: In progress
Time needed: 
A day
Step: 
2

The website offers advice on how to start a sustainable garden. We are looking for your input on how to make it better, easier to understand and more relevant to the community in Kimilili. We would appreciate if you can share any additional information on best practices in gardening, irrigation, organic composting-anything that will help the community to grow its own food!
http://cbsmgarden.weebly.com/

Help write a project proposal for a pastoralist computer training center

Status: Just started
Time needed: 
Two weeks or more
Step: 
2

The Pastoralist Maasai Children are not able to easily access computer training due to the long distances they must travel to towns where classes are offered. Paul has spoken with the local council and they agreed to give them two acres for construction of a computer training center.

INTRODUCE YOURSELF HERE - Meet the Project Neighbours

Status: In progress

Entasupa! Greetings to all from the Maasai people in Kenya!

We are so pleased that you have chosen to join our village here at Nabuur and become part of the Kajiado volunteer team. We hope that you will take time to introduce yourself here. Please tell us where you are from and a little bit about your experience.

We look forward to getting to know you and are certain that if we join hands together, our project will be a success. Thank you again for being a part of making our dream a reality!

Will the total ban on buveera be implemented?

IT was a sigh of relief for Moses Kasibante, a resident of Nakawa, when Syda Bbumba, the finance minister, declared that the Government was imposing a total ban on buveera. For Kasibante and his colleagues, the decision is what is needed to end the menace caused by buveera that has plagued the environment for years. But their excitement could be short-lived.

World Environmental Day 2009 and Climate Change .Have your say!

Status: Finished
Time needed: 
Two days
Step: 
4

This Friday 5 June 2009, is World Environmental Day.

Local people in Butikiro in partnership with SLINT-Uganda and neigbours of Butikiro will celebrate the day by making a posting on Climate Change and Food Security.

The posting is in line with this year's World Environmental Day theme and fits well the Fruit and Vegetable Growing for Sustainable Livelihoods Project as one of the poverty eradication initiatives in relation to climate change.

You are invited to make your personal statement and posting herein as a means to showcase your commitment towards celebrating this day.

Urban poor most affected by Climate Change

For a long time, environmentalists have been accused by development enthusiasts of being anti-development. It is hard to escape the tension between developers and environmental preservation advocates.

Urban poor most affected by Climate Change

For a long time, environmentalists have been accused by development enthusiasts of being anti-development. It is hard to escape the tension between developers and environmental preservation advocates.

Managing waste should start in the home

The intervention of the World Bank and the National Environment Authority (Nema) in the garbage disposal project that will see the biodegradable waste from Mbarara Municipality and nine other urban centres collected could mean the end of foul smell produced by rotting garbage, and usher in improved hygiene and sanitation.

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