Training Rural Women for Environmental, Economic and Livelihood Empowerment in the Great Lakes Region
We are currently conducting a training workshop aimed at unlocking women’s potential in natural resource management and in climate change mitigation and adaptation.
The “Training Rural Women for Environmental, Economic and Livelihood Empowerment in the Great Lakes Region” seeks to train and support 300-400 women and community leaders over three years who will in turn train an estimated 200,000 individuals across three East African watersheds: Upper Nile, Lake Victoria and Cherangany.
The workshop provides a platform to share best practices and experiences in relation to natural resources management among participants from different regions in the country.
This will increase knowledge, enhance skills and change attitudes, behaviors and practices with regard to sustainable natural resources management, clean energy entrepreneurship and transformative leadership.