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Total 47 ideas
Light Fridge project increases the shelf life of fresh Produce in a cost effective way using gree
Bob Oyuru's picture
iFarm Uganda changes and improves livelihoods of rural small holder farmers and promotes environm
Catherine Namuyanja's picture
Building a cooperative business through setting up of bulking centers in areas of potentially hig
For a rural youth with no hope, “WETAASE” exists to empower him/her economically while ensuring t
NO-TOKOSA is a super nutritious and ready to eat food product that will nourish the children and
Mulindwa Christopher's picture
Majority pig farmers in Uganda are smallholders keeping 1-2 pigs, these depend on poor quality bo
Obwangamoi David Opio's picture
We seek to leverage the successes of mobile money in Africa to improve health financing by develo
Shout out is Mobile game,SMSApp, WebAPP and message platform that informs, advocates yout
Ronald Eporu's picture
We train clients to detect the earliest signs of malaria.
The farmer enterprises collectively form the cooperative governance structure to which Women's Mi
My venture is working on sustainable Agriculture through setting up a school for adults who are A
my venture is making flour from banana peelings to cure ulcers.the peelings have been wasted and
My venture is to have a Functional Adult Literacy Class which will focus on providing people with
In order to make it a reality I sat down and thought How can I Make this happen.
This project is adding value to pumpkins to improve on incomes of the youth through making produc
The project is designed with a purpose of enhancing the physiological nourishment of the urban fa
Uganda has fertile soils & good weather, is food insecure.
The Medical Concierge is an innovative health care service delivery and communication channel.
I opted for this method of making Interlocking bricks from soil when I visited Uganda in December