Category: Projects

Environmental NGO in Uganda

Stove building powered by Seniors w/o Borders

Uganda’s energy sector is dominated by three sources – biomass, oil and electricity representing about 93%, 6% and 1% of the national energy balance respectively ( Ministry of Energy and Development, 2005). Biomass particularly wood fuel remains the main source of energy inUganda. It accounts for respectively 85% and 3% of rural and urban energy…
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Institutional Capacity Building

The project is aimed at strengthening the capacity of JEEP for its works to support in particular low income citizens in Uganda by providing training and awareness within JEEP’s activity areas including environmental protection, energy efficiency, solar energy, sustainable agriculture and health, thus aiming at contributing to poverty reduction and sustainable development in member/target communities.…
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Prevention of Gender based violence

It is against this background that Joint Energy and Environment projects partnered with FAO Uganda (LOA 056/10) under a project titled Gender based violence prevention, social economic response and coordination in North Uganda (OSRO/UGA/004/UNJ)  to train participants in construction of energy saving stoves and tree planting in Usuk and Toroma sub counties of Katakwi District.…
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Agriculture, Nutrition and Environment Conservation

JEEP met these objectives: 104 TOTs trained 26 gardens and tree nurseries for schools 5000 trees planted 520 woodstoves built 4 institutional stoves built The TOT training was split into theory and practical session. Theory includes environment development, energy crisis, tree planting, soil and water conservation, natural pest control and extension networking. The practical lessons…
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Solar Energy Projects

JEEP provides solar consultancy services to clients in Luwero, Arua, Tororo Solar Project –  Nyakol & GwaragwaraVillage Nyakol and Gwaragwara are found in Eastern Uganda near the Kenya Uganda border. Despite the fact that electricity is exported to Kenya, these communities have not got a chance to access it. They therefore resort to available means…
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