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We're an International non-governmental organization

Working in 30 countries worldwide with the aim of empowering communities to maintain rural access roads using, “Do-nou” technology from Japan to improve their agricultural production and conserve the environment for poverty and hunger eradication.

Many community roads in developing countries are not well maintained, especially during the rainy season rendering them impassable. When the roads are in such a state, farmers cannot transport their harvest to the market, patients cannot be taken to better health facilities and children cannot go to school which in turn accelerates poverty in these countries .

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What we do

We support communities in learning how to maintain their roads by themselves.
We teach communities how to maintain their roads by themselves plus setting up Sacco's and business skills training coupled with environmental education.

Access road repair using Do-nou

Do- nou technology is a spot improvement  method of maintaining rural roads! CORE  believes in “repairing our roads by ourselves”.

Environment Conservation & Education

Environmental and hygiene education directly affects the future and the health of children. We provide fun learning experiences through ..

Supporting livelihoods

Uganda continues to host the largest refugee population in Africa with over 1,423 million refugees displaced by conflicts in the neighboring countries. The West Nile sub region alone ...

Improving access to social amenities is CORE’s priority.

Our Projects

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  • Do-nou & Road Construction
  • Environment Conservation & Education
  • Support livelihoods

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CORE implemented a project Addressing COVID 19 crisis in Madagascar.

CORE implemented a project Addressing Covid 19 crisis by creating jobs and increasing community resilience to drought through ...
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Building Community Resilience with Young People in Khartoum.

CORE is implementing a Japanese Supplementary Budget (JSB) project through International Labour Organization (ILO) in Mayo suburb of Khartoum. ...
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