The wellbeing status of the communities in Mubende and Rakai district is attributed to low levels of education which restrict their livelihood options. The situation lures them encroach on the environment for survival. Overcoming the environmental challenges in the Lake Victoria Basin requires concerted efforts to enhance livelihoods of communities within the region. Implementation of LVEMP II through Community Driven Development Subproject (CDD) projects is timely but should preferably be actualized in collaboration with other stakeholders for better results to ensure sustainability. The findings in this report are a benchmark essential for assessing the project and to inform subsequent planning.