On Thursday September 3, 2020 SusWatch Kenya launched a report on 100% Renewable Energy (RE) scen
Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) are actions that Parties to the Paris Agreement (PA) p
Today JEEP, UCSD and INFORSE East Africa have released the attached Press statement: 'Uganda shou
The East Africa Civil Society for Sustainable Energy & Climate Action (EASE-CA) project to be implemented from July 2019 to June 2022 has a Main objective to increase access to sustainable ener
Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development (UCSD) a member of International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE) is partnering with SustainableEnergy, International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE), Sustainable Environmental Development Watch (SusWatch-Kenya) and Tanzania Traditional Energy Development Organization (TaTEDO) to implement.
Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development (UCSD) with support from USAID/East Africa’s is partnering with Tetra Tech ARD to implement “Planning for Resilience through Policy, Adaptation, Researc
Lake Victoria Environment Management Project (LVEMPII) Civil Society Watch Project Currently UCSD is a regional lead agency for The East Africa Sustainability Watch (EA SusWatch) Network a network
Based on UCSD’s work on REDD-net project, we partnered with the University of Southampton (and others) is implementing a research project that aims to draw on a wide range of ecosystem services lit
Since 2009, UCSD has also been an implementing partner on REDD‐net project that aims to build capacity of southern civil society to champion the interests of the poor i
On Thursday September 3, 2020 SusWatch Kenya launched a report on 100% Renewable Energy (RE) scenario in Kenya by 2050 as part of the East African Civil Society for Sustainable Energy and Climate Action (EASE&CA) Project that is being implemented in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
Environmental problems that are facing East Africa includeovergrazing,deforestation, water shortages, loss of biodiversity and urban-industrial pollution.Whileenvironmental authorities remain weak, Civil Society in the region lacksadequate resources and know-how to effectively i