Reports

FOOD FOR LIFE PROJECT

The Food for Life project was a skills building project that aimed at contributing to the poverty alleviation goals by building agricultural skills of individual Scouts. It was funded by 51 Charitable Foundation, form Ireland, and was based on individual skills acquisition, and ensuring that 20,000 Scouts in Uganda, Kenya and Burundi are trained and practice agriculture in 5 years.
In Uganda the project started by working with 1,500 Scouts scaling up by adding another 1,500 scouts each year. Each individual Scout had to have a garden from which s/he was expected to produce food for his/her family. Upon this achievement the Scouts had to earns a badge then produces to the second level where s/he was expected to produce a variety of fruits and vegetables. The third level involves agriculture and entrepreneurship, whereby the scout not only produces fruits and vegetables for his/her family but has to have surplus for marketing.

PRESTO JUBIILLE MARTYRS DAY 3RD JUNE 2012

The Presidential Initiative on Sustainable Tourism (PRESTO) together with Uganda Scouts Association in order to promote religious tourism and due to the potential of the 3rd June Martyrs Day event to contribute significantly to Uganda’s domestic and foreign tourism decided to support the organization and management of Martyrs Day celebrations because of the high number of local and foreign pilgrims coming to Namugongo starting with this year’s Jubilee Martyrs Day.Click to download full report

YOUTH COALITION TRAINING REPORT

The purpose of the National Youth Coalitions is to bring young people together for a series of training that will empower them to support their organizations and fellow young people throughout
the country. After the mapping, there was a second round of meeting the youths from the mapped organizations which carried the said purpose of the coalition.