EA SusWatch Launches CDD Sub-projects Watch No.1 as LVEMPII Uganda sets to disburse community-driven development funds.
A Monthly e-bulletin from the East African Sustainability Watch Network comprising: Uganda Coalition for Sustainable
Development (UCSD), Tanzania Coalition for Sustainable Development (TCSD) and Sustainable Environmental
UCSD would like to re-advertise the Job Opportunity for immediate placement see details in the attachment.
Terms of Reference for conducting the Annual study to establish changes in community livelihoods in Rakai and Mubende Districts within the sub catchments of River Katonga, Uganda under LVEMP II.
Terms of Reference for Assessment of the Community Driven Development (CDD) -type Sub projects of the LVEMP II Project in Rakai and Mubende Districts within the sub catchments of River Katonga Uganda.
Terms of Reference for a Consultant to assess progress and level of implementation of the East African Community Climate Change Policy (EACCCP) commitments related mitigating effects of GHGs and for adaptation to climate change in the LVB in relation to agriculture, nutrition and food security; Develop a Sustainable Development Score Card related to key commitments on fisheries and food security
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Annual LVEMP II Civil Society Watch Livelihood Case study No.1:
The report Assesses 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
How East Africa celebrated the World Wetlands Day in the Lake Victoria region (Busia, Kenya)
- Why Lake Wamala should be a Ramsar Site
- Study findings on livelihoods in the Lake Victoria region from EA SusWatch Network
- Why you should sign the petition : Kampeni ya usalama kwa usafiri Ziwa Viktoria to make Lake Victoria waters safer for navigation for poor communities
REGIONAL CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS STATEMENT ON LIVELIHOOD AND COMMUNITY DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS UNDER LAKE VICTORIA ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PROJECT (LVEMPII) IN THE LAKE VICTORIA BASIN
We, the participants of the 2nd Regional Civil Society Organizations Meeting of the East Africa Sustainability Watch Network held at Kisumu Hotel, Kenya on Tuesday the 4th March 2014: