Living Earth Uganda (LEU) a natural resources and environmental management NGO based in Uganda and operating Country Wide, seeks to recruit dynamic, energetic and result oriented individuals to fill the following positions:..
Some of the “Cash for Work” Project activities implemented by Living Earth Uganda include; road rehabilitation and maintenance, valley dam construction, construction of a market shade, establishment of a playground in Imvepi....
Issue 011 & 012, Living Earth Uganda's NEWSLETTER - Free download!
This 11th & 12th Edition,presents important developments in the Emergency livelihood support through Cash for Work to 2,250 vulnerable households in Arua and Moyo Districts, West Nile Sub region project...
Since August 2018, Living Earth Uganda has been implementing a project dubbed: Emergency livelihood support through to 2,250 vulnerable...
Pre-qualification notice for various supplies / works / goods and services
LEU is located at plot no 409, canon Njuba road, Nakulabye invites the pre-qualification of reputable firms/companies and individuals interested in being pre-qualified for various supplies/works/goods and services for the financial year 2018/2019...
Issue 008, Living Earth Uganda's NEWSLETTER - Free download!
This 8th Edition, presents important developments in the Increasing Employability of Youth, Women & Men Through Business Development & Skills Training in the Albertine Region Project...
Video Clip: Success stories of Living Earth Uganda's Jobs & Oil Project
Narrative Report [Download]: Success stories of Living Earth Uganda's Jobs & Oil Project
Living Earth Uganda contracted Gumuk Consults Co. Ltd, a local Public Relations (PR) and Communication Consultancy firm, to conduct a 7-day exercise to document success stories of the Jobs and Oil project
Study [Download]: Highlighting the linkage between skills development, income growth and job creation
This report provides a documentation of the Jobs and Oil Project, Highlighting the Linkage between Skills Development, Income Growth and Jobs Creation. The project aimed at improving employment possibilities and participation in decision-making processes...
Jobs & Oil Newsletter, Issue 007 free download!
Download your free copy: 6th edition of Jobs and Oil project newsletter
Welcome to the 4th Edition of Living Earth Uganda's Jobs and Oil Project Newsletter. There are a lot of interesting developments and milestones worth reading about.
Business Development Training Transformed Me Into A Profit-Driven Farmer
Mr. Byaruhanga tells of how knowledge from Business SManagement Training has transformed him to a farmer who can now easily identify profit making enter- prises, and avoid the would be loss making ones.
Women Leaders Exhibit Advocacy And Public Campaign Skills
Living Earth Uganda, in partnership with Centre for Women in Governance (CEWIGO) have trained 80 women leaders from Buliisa and Hoima Districts, in areas of: Advocacy and Civic Education.
Girls are equally as good as boys; they too should be encouraged to join vocational institutes
There is need to sensitize students to embrace vocational skills. Girls can equally do what boys can. There’s need to empower our girls with the right attributes, knowledge and skills regarding vocational skills development.
Hoima And Buliisa Women Leaders Exchange Notes On How To Increase Their Participation In Political Decision Making
In order to increase capacity of women to hold accountable local authorities to address their needs and rights, women leaders from Hoima and Buliisa embarked on an exposure visit to Bushenyi and Kabarole, to exchange ideas on the activities of District Women Councilors Caucus of those districts, specifically on how they can increase their participation in decision making.
Living Earth Uganda (LEU) conducted a 5-day Training of Trainers for Teaching Skill (TOT - S) workshop for 20 instructors; and another one for Health Safety Environment (HSE) module.
Locals in Hoima and Buliisa train in income generating skills
The Project has conducted a post functional skills training workshops to locals in Buliisa. The first training in briquette making that was held at Kihungya sub-county Headquarters in Buliisa;
Round table on best practices in BTVET held with stakeholders in Hoima and Kampala
Living Earth Uganda (LEU) held two stakeholders roundtable meetings on best practices in BTVET in Hoima and Kampala. The report: “Best Practices in BTVET in the context of Oil and Gas: Linkages and Gaps” was presented by the Consultant - Piera Freccero, from UK.
JOBS AND OIL PROJECT: MAKING STRIDES TO YOUTH AND WOMEN EMPLOYMENT. An exclusive interview with the executive director, Living Earth Uganda, Swithern Tumwine
The region has been very receptive, the vulnerable groups are willing and ready to learn and also engage in productive activities in the economy. The intervention has been very successful because of our working through and with existing structures, building networks and synergies.
Living Earth Uganda conducts a Graduation & Certificate Award Ceremony For MSES Under Waste To Wealth Project
Under Living Earth’s the Waste to Wealth Project, entrepreneurs of Micro and Small Enterprises acquired Business Development Skills through a programme accredited by the Open College Network of London (OCN) known as the African Urban Enterprise Development Programme (AUEDP)
Waste to wealth - Uganda pays visit to Waste to Wealth project Cameroon
Living Earth promotes South to South Linkages and networking between partners and associates to increase learning, information dissemination and consensus building.
Micro And Small Enterprises (Mses) Benefit From Project Seed Grant Support
Under the Waste to Wealth project, Living Earth Uganda provided seed grant support to MSEs dealing in environmental sanitation service provision. The project supported 3 MSEs including Green Hope Uganda,
Living Earth Uganda Hands Over Project To Community - A Project Sustainability Mode
For a long time, projects have suffered permanent death at end of funding to an extent of reversing impact previously created by the same project. In most cases communities have no access to project resources considering project initiatives to be gifts from the wealthy thereby worrying less about sustainability.
Living Earth Uganda celebrates official launch of Plastic Waste programme
On 12th January 2009, Living Earth Uganda marked the official launch of its new programme: Enhancing Plastic Waste Collection in Kampala District, working in partnership with Plastics Recycling Industries Uganda Ltd and DED (German Development Services) ...
Zalwango unveils the treasure in garbage to Nakulabye women
She barely concentrates on the cooking as clouds of smoke from the cooking stove hover over the workplace. “Alert me when it starts drizzling so I can put my garbage into the shade,” Catherine ...
Living Earth Foundation’s ‘Waste to Wealth’ project is responding to the urgent need of improving the lives of the increasing number of improvised and vulnerable people residing in urban slum areas in sub-Saharan Africa. The project is being implemented by the Living Earth Foundation and its local partners in Kampala (Uganda) ...
Uganda: Meet the people involved in plastic recycling
Living Earth Foundation and its Ugandan partner, Living Earth Uganda (LEU), have been working to establish waste plastic collection enterprises in the slums of Kampala as part of its waste to wealth project ...