THE RETURN OF NYUMBA KUMI AS A TOO FOR COMMUNITY MONITORING AND DEVELOPMENT

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Cross (2013) in his thesis on Community Policing Through Local Collective Action in Tanzania noted that Nyumba Kumi was a strategy for governments to eradicate lawlessness and insecurity by creating a ten cell leadership system under ten households with a team leader.

MENSTRUAL MANAGEMENT AS HYGIENE, HEALTH AND HARMONY

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Beyond Menstruation is the much needed effort for hygiene, health and Harmony to be established. A girl and every woman needs to have an environment that appreciates menstruation as a natural healthy pattern that requires social, physical, infrastructural, medical and emotional support.

Boosting Livelihood Through Trainings

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CEIL serves to transform communities by supporting them to gain skills that boost their entrepreneurship. Recently CEIL sponsored a group of women from the Holy Temple Church located in Namasuba for a training in bakery at the Uganda Industrial Research Institute.

Nature as the Biggest Investment Ever

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Invest in nature a reap health, wealth, comfort and happiness. That is easily pronounced than done. Today there is more talk about climate change than an acceleration on action being taken. In Uganda the forest and wetland cover drops at a high rate each year.