CORE implemented a project Addressing Covid 19 crisis by creating jobs and increasing community resilience to drought through green works in the southern districts of Madagascar of Ambosary and Bekily.
CORE is implementing a Japanese Supplementary Budget (JSB) project through International Labour Organization (ILO) in Mayo suburb of Khartoum. The project ‘Building Community Resilience with Young People in Mayo Suburb of Khartoum Through Improved Access to Water’ uses employment intensive approaches to equip young people in Mayo area with useful skills to combat the ravaging effects
PROJECT The teachers thanked CORE for working with the schools amidst COVID-19 where the schools had been under lockdown. Although the project had 10 months where schools were completely closed; CORE still decided to engage the pupils and keep them active throughout the Lockdown. Mr Phillip Ssendagala, from Good day infant, expressed thanks for the
CORE Uganda held a closure workshop on 21st December 2021 to showcase the achievements and activities which have been conducted and implemented in the 2 years it has worked in Bukalasi sub-county, Bududa District. The workshop was held at Bukalasi primary school and all stakeholders partnering with CORE were in attendance. The objectives for the
CORE held a national closure workshop on 7th December 2021 to showcase the achievements and activities conducted in the 3 years of working in Uganda. The workshop was held at Silver Springs hotel in Bugolobi and all stakeholders partnering with CORE were in attendance. OBJECTIVES: The objectives of the closure workshop were as follows; To
The project has been providing livelihood support to refugee and host community beneficiaries through cash-for-work activities, whereby beneficiaries have been supported with cash grants. To date, these activities have not only allowed beneficiaries to start their own business ventures and lift them out of poverty, but has also opened over 8 kilometres of road, repaired
Through the Community Road Empowerment-CORE, the Japanese government and the ministry of works unveiled a new technology that will help community members to work and maintain their roads without road equipment. Yuka Iwamura, the project manager for CORE Uganda while meeting leaders from the Rwenzori sub-region in Fort Portal said they had empowered the communities
Using the Do-nou technology, the three-year Community Road Empowerment (CORE) project is intended to empower communities to actively participate in self-sustaining developmental projects to maintain their roads using local materials and technology. Kamwokya is both a commercial (upper Kamwokya) and residential area (lower Kamwokya), and is one of Kampala’s most densely populated areas – dotted