NEWS LETTER MAY-JULY 2020

MAY-JULY 2020 Our Response to COVID-19 Youth Alive Uganda has continued to reinforce MOH measures to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. We have put in place strict COVID-19 measures at our workplace including • Full-time wearing of masks within office premise shared space • Masks were procured and distributed to all staff • Installed hand-washing facility…

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YAU ANNUAL REPORT 2019

Youth Alive Uganda not only strives to keep children and youth physically alive but also alive in the social, economic and political development of their country. And because children and youth account for over 78% of Uganda’s population, we believe that for any social, economic and political development to be attained, meaningful involvement of children…

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YAU E-Newsletter January-April 2020

Happy New Year Twenie Twenie started off on a veryexciting note at the YAU family.We recruited a new Director for Programs & Business Development,participated in the ‘Earth Hour’, a campaign aimed at environmental conservation through elimination of plastic and kaveera usage in the country, and continued serving theyoung people through promoting youth health, livelihoods, skils…

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Piggery project blossoms after an exchange learning

Grace Nakayaga joined Tukolerewamu Youth Development Group Bubuusi village, Katikamu sub county, Luweero District in 2018 comprising 20 members (15 female, 5 male) at a time when she was a heavily pregnant housewife with no stable financial support. Her husband found petty jobs but always quit after a short period of time. She participated in…

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Shared responsibility a yardstick to prosperity

Sharon Nansamba and Fred Luyombi are a couple both aged 27 and members of Nkonge Youth Development Group in Nkonga village, Katikamu subcounty, Luweero district. The group comprises 28 members (24 males, 4 females) and was formed in March 2018.  During mobilization, the Community Facilitator introduced the couple to the East African Youth Inclusion Program…

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YAU ANNUAL REPORT 2018

Youth Alive Uganda not only strives to keep children and youth physically alive but also alive in the social, economic and political development of their country. And because children and youth account for over 78% of Uganda’s population, we believe that for any social, economic and political development to be attained, meaningful involvement of children…

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Youth Alive Annual Report 2017

Youth Alive Uganda was started by a group of youth under the guidance of Sr. Dr. Miriam Duggan in Kamwokya, a Kampala suburb which was severely affected by a diversity of social and health problems, chief among them HIV&AIDS. The group realized that the most infected and affected were youth; mainly adolescents and young adults.…

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