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Traditional Medicine

In Uganda, 80 % of the rural population relies on traditional medicine for healthcare

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Accomodation

There are traditionally equipped Eco cottages on the extensive compound

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Women Groups

We are happy to see you… about 25 women of the Music, Dance and Drama group are greeting Visitors

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Nature Conservation

We avail various possibilities on how to experience and enjoy unspoiled nature in Uganda

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Orphanage Home

Rwanshetsya Orphanage is within the RPWRD project area in Bushenyi, Uganda.

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In the year 2012 Rukararwe started a Renewable Energy Technology Centre (RETEC) program targeting 40 local unemployed young women and men in Bushenyi District.

The project has two main objectives:

To transfer manufacture and installation skills of various Renewable Energy (RE) technologies to local young women and men who will then extend their services to the general population while earning an income

To increase access to sustainable alternative energy and to create skills based employable and renewable energy business minded youth

REST program will impact youth with both theory and emphasise practical based teaching on real renewable technology installations, manufacture, construction and invention of renewable energy products such as:

  • Solar-energy and solar-thermic
  • Energy saving cooking stoves
  • Earth-brick-technology in addition to metal-workEarth Brick Technology
  • Water-protection and hygiene
  • Compost-toilets and bio gas filters

Through those topics the Youth also gains knowledge about nature conservation and protection.

In August 2016 the RETEC program started again. For three month around 30 young women and men got the opportunity to study about renewable energ

y technologies in RukararweIn November 2016 all of them successfully passed their exams.

Success stories:

  • Three students of the RETEC program opened successfully a solar shop in Ishaka
  • Students have managed to generate an additional income through installing solar panels
  • Students constructed for families in the surrounding communities energy saving stoves
  • Students broadened their minds in sustainability and environmental conservations and shared their knowledge with family members and friends

 Energy Saving Cooking Stoves with YouthEnergy Saving Cooking StovesCompost toiletSolar installationSolar installation

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