2020年5月20日水曜日

Hadijah's Training Reports at ARI, Japan

Ms. Hadijah, project manager of GBN’s partner NGO, SORAK Development Agency (SORAK, participated in the 9-month training course (from March 2019) for rural leaders training program at the Asian Rural Institute (ARI) in Japan.




The Asian RuralInstitute (ARI) is a training center for rural leaders located in the North area of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. The training held at 6 hectares of campus, focuses on sustainable agriculture through integrated organic farming techniques, community building, and servant leadership. It is community based and hands-on learning is emphasized in all areas. 


Ms. Hadijah has a degree in Adult and Community Education. She is directly involved in various projects related to youth empowerment, HIV/AIDS care prevention and treatment, Women empowerment including single mothers, promotion of sexual and reproductive health rights in Uganda.

Since April to December 2019, she participated in ARI’s training program and learned about skills and knowledge related to sustainable agriculture, livestock as well as servant leadership and community building.

She experienced and learned about various aspects of Japan based on communication and cultural exchange with Japanese farmers through homestay program and study tours visiting in Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and other various locations in Japan etc.

The results of her 9 months learning experience are written in her reports following. Her reports are about what she learned in Japan as well as considering how to use the skills in Uganda and how to tackle gender issues/ challenges which exists in Uganda.

We highly recommend to read her reports as her reports are very impressive.

<List of Reports>




Hadijah's congratulatory party with Ugandan friends




Ms. Hadijah went back to Uganda with strong eagerness to utilize her experiences and skills on community development in Uganda as soon as possible.

GBN is planning to prepare a project for her using organic agricultural techniques as an environmental conservation agriculture project in Uganda.  

We believe that it is important for her to actually use the skills and knowledge learned in Japan to make some outcomes in Uganda. Therefore, GBN will continue supporting her activities to realize her skills for projects on the ground.




We sincerely appreciate ARI and all the people who supported her fruitful study in Japan. 




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2020年5月1日金曜日

【Environmental Protection Project】 Quarterly Report ~January to March 2020~

Please see the 4th Quarterly Report(Jan-Mar 2020) on
'Environmental Protection through Expanding Lemon Grass Growing and Education in Uganda'

This is the final report on this project!


You can find the details in the reports below,
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Thank you!!!

*This project is supported by Japan Fund for Global Environment of the Environmental Restoration (JFGE) and by Environmental Restoration and Conservation Agency (ERCA)

2020年3月15日日曜日

The List of Reports of “Improvement of school environment to combat Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) challenges to Stop Adolescent Girls’ School Dropouts in Uganda”

Project Overview

Third year / FY2019
1 March 2020
10 Feb 2020
9 Feb 2020
29 Dec 2019
29 Dec 2019
1 Dec 2019
30 Nov 2019
28-29 Oct 2019

Second year / FY2018
10 Feb 2019
27 Jan 2019
4 Nov 2018
1 Oct 2018
13 Jan 2019
24 Dec 2018
9 Dec 2018
6 Sep 2018
5 July 2018

First year / FY2017
4 Jan 2018
4 Jan 2018
13 Dec 2017
10 Oct 2017
10 Oct 2017
1 Oct 201
Parents sensitization on gender Menstrual Hygiene Management 



*This project is supported by Lush Japan Co., Ltd.







The List of Reports of "Protection through Expanding Lemon Grass Growing and Education in Uganda"

Project Overview

Third year / FY2019
30 Aprio 2020
28 Oct 2019
29 Dec 2019
25 Sept 2019

Second year / FY2018
6 Aug 2019
28 July 2019
22 July 2019
7 July 2019
17 June 2019
8 June 2019
3 Dec 2018
16 Sept 2018

First year / FY2017
30 May 2018
10 May 2018
1 May 2018
24 Feb 2018
20 Feb 2018
17 Jan 2018


*This project is supported by Japan Fund for Global Environment of the Environmental Restoration (JFGE) and by Environmental Restoration and Conservation Agency (ERCA)