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MAP OF OUR PROJECTS
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Education

Improving Education Infrastructure in Rural Togo

Provision of a modern school infrastructure with an environment for the promotion of school education in order to improve literacy and increase the success rate in the area. The Challenge The current school buildings in the village are in a dilapidated state and do not offer an appropriate environment for pupils or teachers. The metal…

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Agriculture

Assessing Visual and Hearing Impairments in Children

This project aims to discover and document how widespread visual and hearing impairments are among children and young people under the age of 15 in the Kisoro District, Uganda. Children with disabilities in Uganda are often stigmatised, hidden and neglected. Without support and information, parents and carers often consider children with disabilities unequal to their…

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Agriculture

Improving Nutrition in Rural Uganda

Aim: This 12 month project aims at improving the nutrition, health and livelihoods of vulnerable and marginalised families through food security and nutrition education. The poorest of the poor in Kanungu district in Uganda have been left out in almost all community development programs. Characterised by poor health, inadequate housing, insufficient nutrition and isolation from community…

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Agriculture

Building Sustainable Livelihoods in Uganda

Improving livelihoods and food security for vulnerable families in Kamuli District. This project aims to empower the targeted families to achieve food security, develop sustainable livelihoods and become economically, socially and environmentally resilient.  In January 2016 Sustain for Life, along with local partner Send a Cow Uganda (SACU), embarked on an 18 month pilot project to work with…

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Health

Hospital Gardens

Sustain for Life has developed a comprehensive organic agriculture project at two hospitals in southwest Uganda for the purpose of feeding patients and staff and training vulnerable community members, primarily the Batwa pygmies, in sustainable agriculture. The aim of this project is to provide sufficient nutritious, fresh food to feed both patients and hospital staff, while…

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Agriculture

Growing a Better Future for Children in Remand

Early in 2014, Sustain for Life launched a programme at Mbale Remand Home in Uganda to improve the lives and livelihood prospects of children in detention, girls and boys aged 12 to 17 who had been in conflict with the law and were awaiting trial. Mbale is one of five remand homes in Uganda and some of the…

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