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Green Education

We were delighted to be joined in our efforts to raise climate change awareness among school-aged youngsters Earth Volunteers’ Samuel Tenywa and Solomon Anomet The exercise took place at Mayuge Primary School, which is part of the Mayuge Town CouncilThe students were educated on climate change and global warmingThe pupils were also given the opportunity to ask …

Loss of a Board member

It is with a heavy heart that we write to tell you that our Board member passed away on 19th/Jan/2023He has been the head of the Environmental Conversation projects committeeDuring his time, he managed to introduce the idea of a family approach to environmental conservation and through this, we managed to bring on board the Green CommunityHe …

Empowerment Volunteer

We are pleased to welcome Olivier Nandase, our Empowerment Program VolunteerOlivier is deeply committed to youth empowermentShe participated in Opportunity Bank’s Youth Empowerment Program in secondary school and is also an Educate! FellowOlivier says she joined CTY Africa to learn more about climate change and natural environmental conservationOlivier will carry out Student Empowerment programs at our …

Students Sensitisations

p>Students are contacted in order to provide them with the knowledge they need to safeguard the environmentThe organization’s goal is to educate school-age children beginning at the age of seven about climate change, its impacts, and how to combat itThis will include planting fruit trees and other environmental conservation efforts.

Environmental Conservation

The project focuses on school-going children from the age of 7 who are sensitized about climate change; its effects and how they can fight itIt also involves fruit tree plantingThe nursery beds are established in the very schools and they are cared for the learners themselves and monitored the Comrades To Youths staff with the help …

Students Empowerment

Comrades To Youth Africa supports high school students aged 13  and above to help them discover themselves, pursue their dreams, and develop their projectsThe project intends to visit 20 schools every year, with an average of 1,000 students/beneficiaries.This curriculum is designed to provide pupils with skills that they would not have received in schoolThe program is further segmented into …