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LVEMPII Community - Driven Development Subprojects Watch No.2

The Community – Driven development type (CDD-type) subprojects are aimed at reducing non-point so

Annual LVEMP II Civil Society Watch Livelihood Case study No.2:

The EA Suswatch Network is currently implementing LVEMP II Civil Society (CS) Watch project.

Civil Society Organizations learn Climate Change Resilience tips from Communities in Mityana –Uganda

There is a growing need for Civil Society Organizations in Uganda to learn from communities that

UCSD Projects

Lake Victoria Environment Management Project (LVEMPII) Civil Society Watch Project Currently UCSD is a regional lead agency for The East Africa Sustainability Watch (EA SusWatch) Network a network

Since 2009, UCSD has also been an implementing partner on REDD‐net project that aims to build capacity of southern civil society to champion the interests of the poor i

Based on UCSD’s work on REDD-net project, we partnered with the University of Southampton (and others) is implementing a research project that aims to draw on a wide range of ecosystem services lit

Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development (UCSD) has an MoU with Fairfood International since November 2011, where areas of cooperation include  sharing knowledge and expertise in the areas of g

Since July 2012, UCSD participated in preparation of a regional proposal: Sustainable Energy Access for All

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Assessing changes in community livelihoods within the selected areas in Rivers Nyando (Kenya), Simiyu (Tanzania) and Katonga (Uganda) with specific focus on Water and Sanitation, Renewable Energy and Aquaculture

Community – Driven development type (CDD-type) subprojects of the Lake Victoria Environment Management Project (LVEMPII) are aimed at reducing non-point sources of pollution, through control of soil erosion by adopting sustainable water and soil management practices.

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