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OKERE POLITICAL LAB PROJECT FEATURED IN KAS NEWSLETTER~
Have you checked out Issue 5 of the KasUganda Newsletter? It features our political lab project. Okere Political Lab aims to strengthen the capacity of local political leaders in Okere to ensure effective local governance & delivery of public services.
WHY ARE SO MANY OF US UNBANKED? - PODCAST
Our work and the conversation about the unbanked in Africa continues in the BBC World Service's Africa Daily podcast. Listen to our rivetting chat with Goeffrey Mulei of Tanda, Kenya hosted by @KarnieSharp.
SHEA TREE - "I AM THE TREE OF LIFE"
Our village now has a towering billboard. The message on the billboard endears the Okere folks to love and protect their shea trees. The image depicts a talking shea tree. It reads (translated from Luo): - "My name is shea tree. I plead to you, please do not cut me because I am the tree of life".
shea trees as a biodiversity
Our Chairman, Ojok Okello joined the #KampalaGeopolitics conference to discuss how biodiversity can offer a sustainable competitive advantage. He mostly shared about our work on shea restoration, conservation and value addition.
WHY WE MUST ALL PROTECT OUR SHEA TREES
We cannot keep quiet about whatever destroys our future. This is why we must act to prevent the deforestation of Shea trees. Read more in this article by our Chairman and Founder - Ojok Okello
Okere SHEA BUTTER
With its oils extracted from Okere City's giant nilotica shea nuts, Okere Shea Butter has the kind of smoothness and finnese that is unbriddled. It is an organic, natural and perfect solution for most of your hair and skin care needs. How about you give it a try? Order Now!
okere go-green campaign
Thanks to the Multi-stakeholder Platform on Education and Environment (MPEEN) and National Forestry Authority, we received 3,000 mixed mahogany and mvule trees to make Okere green. This will be an important boost to the Okere Go-Green Campaign where we have already planted 10,000 trees in the past two years. Climate change is real and planting trees is the surest way to fight this global environmental threat.
Courtesy visit by maureen agena
Our friend Maureen sacrificed her busy schedule to visit us on Saturday 01/02/2020. A passionate development communicator and researcher, Maureen's visit was motivating and also presented us with new learning experiences. Our heartfelt gratitude for sparing a moment to spend a quality and worthwhile time with us!