At Kale Uganda we create opportunities for Ugandans to take ownership of their own community development. To achieve this we work in the fields of food security, sustainable wealth creation, education and gender equality. Kale emphasizes low budget, grassroots projects with an end goal of Ugandan ownership.
The Holistic Village Program focuses on a holistic approach to development. Instead of specializing in one area, we are tackling all the issues in the village since they are inevitably interlinked. The project begins with bringing local leaders and the community together to discuss their ideas for development and promote community ownership of the projects. The issue areas we target include agriculture, education, healthcare & sanitation and many more.
Our two other programs, the Jinja Entrepreneurial Program (JEP) and our Art, Sports and Life Skills Program focus on specific target audiences. JEP works to improve the livelihoods of small business owners through micro finance loans, close monitoring and business training workshops. The Art, Sports and Life Skills Program works with children and young adults in Jinja town to foster the creativity and leadership skills needed for this generation of Ugandans to lead their own community development in the future.
The Kale News Feed...
Kale Blog- May 09, 2013
Kale volunteer Ally uses the Kale Blog to talk about her short time with Kale and the work that she's been doing on our life skills program. If nothing else, she's learned that we are NOT a cabbage company.
Loan Repayments and Fundraising
Check out our news section of the site to see how our microfinance project is progressing and what developments we've seen with our recent fundraising efforts.
Student Enterprise Leaders
We have a new program which recruits student volunteers from the Universities that we work with who will run their own branch of Kale Store in their country. Click here for more information.
It's been a hectic week at Kale with our Life Skills Program starting in a new school and another micro finance loan being distributed to the community members in Wairaka. Read all about it on our News page!
New Kale Store Brochure
Kale Store now has a brand new brochure showcasing all of our ethically made Ugandan products. Orders can be made by requesting an order form from firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out the brochure here: http://kaleuganda.com/kalestore/dollars.pdf
Kale Blog- December 05, 2012
In this newest blog post Stef Suppes talks through her experience as an intern with Kale. She's had her frustrations but is very hopeful for the future given the work she's been involved in over the past three months.