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Building a youth coalition to halt biodiversity loss

Posted on 20-03-2020


Organisation Name
Uganda Youth Biodiversity Network
Country of operation
Number of staff 18-40?
Organisation Types
Youth-led organisation
Focus areas
Governance and Youth Empowerment
Is the organization profit-making?
Short mission statement
Building a youth coalition to halt biodiversity loss
Mission of the organization
To build a national coalition of youths and organisations to halt the loss of biodiversity by mobilising and empowering young people through raising global awareness on the importance of biodiversity
Does the organization maintain financials?
Organisation address in text format for site search purposes
Social impact Statement
Since 2019, we have equipped 1500 youths with advocacy and communication skills and take part in the conservation and protection of biodiversity
Organisation website – full URL
Full name of organisation’s contact person
Mugisha Derrick Emmanuel
Full name of Founder / President
Mugisha Derrick Emmanuel
Full link to Twitter account
Email address of the organisation
Full name of co-founders
Mugisha Derrick Emmanuel
Full link to Facebook page
Telephone Number
Full name of co-founders
irene Nagudi
Full link to Instagram
Telephone Number - alternate
Full name of co-founders
Sandra Nalubega
WhatsApp Number
Is the organisation registered/certified
Full name of current President/CEO
Mugisha Derrick Emmanuel
Number of beneficiaries?
1,000-100 000
Please select your registration date
01 February 2019 2:00 am
Total number of staff members?
Countries covered, or geographic footprint

Youth organisation location

Mobutu Road, Kampala, Uganda
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