"thank you....in german that would be danke? keep up with what you do.i do community work in my country and peace building is something i do up to house hold level...i dont mind knowing more of what you do...so it will be nice hearing from you a…"
"I believe that it is important for all nations to carry out a holistic a awareness campaign on universal human rights. May be then people will learn and try to not only understand but to tolerate each other.
The discrimination unfortunately…"
In the world, we see lot of discrimination with minority communities/fellows on the basis of religion, cast, colour, creed, tribe, language, gender, etcCan we speak out to remove all discrimination from our societies? See More
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Nine years with a full blown war is a very long time for any human not to mention the dictatorship.
with the dictators gone let…"
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Lakes Link Uganda (LLU) is a Non Governmental Organization that was established in 2004 and has been operational and fully registered by the NGO Board of Uganda. Lakes Link aims at promoting sustainable environment use and management within lake basins of Uganda through information sharing.
Our mission is to have a lake basin population that is informed on issues in the basin areas, so as to enhance sustainable development and goal of promoting environmental management and sustainable development agenda in the lake basins of Uganda and its people through proper information gathering, dissemination and sharing.
Due to the community structural overturn that occurred in the region between 1986-1992 and recent population explosion, the community outlook on wetlands,practices on agriculture and fisheries drastically changed leading to massive wetland degradation and later on conflicts among different resource users.
Lakes link Uganda has stepped in to help resolve these conflicts through mobilization and sensitization on wetland use and management geared towards restoration of the wetland system,functions and biodiversity to its former state,reduce water related diseases like typhoid and improving the livelihoods of the surrounding communities through better practices such as farming,fishing and to improve availability of water in streams all year round.
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Assistant field/research officer(Lakes Link Uganda Akadot wetland restoration project)Wetlands and biodiversity conservation
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