CO2balance sustainable projects in Uganda:

  • Sustainable Development:
    CO2balance promotes sustainable development in Uganda, ensuring clean water access through the Safe Water Project. This strengthens community resilience and environmental sustainability, supporting long-term socio-economic stability.
  • Improving Rural Water Supplies:
    Our Safe Water Project rehabilitates and maintains boreholes, crucial for mitigating health risks and supporting community well-being, especially for women and children responsible for water collection.
  • Community Support:
    Beyond water initiatives, CO2balance fosters community development in Uganda. Programs include WASH education, healthcare, and economic empowerment, enhancing livelihoods and fostering inclusive growth.
  • Impact and Sustainability:
    Aligned with the UN’s SDGs, CO2balance’s Uganda projects create lasting positive impacts. By improving water access and promoting community development, we enhance health, education, and economic opportunities for Ugandan communities.

About Uganda:

Uganda, “the Pearl of Africa”, is located in East Africa, sharing borders with the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, South Sudan and Rwanda. Much of the country’s South East is taken up by Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa. Uganda boasts the source of the River Nile, the glacier-capped Rwenzori Mountains and an abundance of wildlife such as African elephants, tree-climbing lions and mountain gorillas. Uganda has a population of just over 39 million, and although the country has rapidly reduced its poverty levels in recent years, 27% live on less than $1.25 a day.

Learn More:
Discover CO2balance’s Safe Water Project and other initiatives in Uganda below.