The Green Jobs Research project launch

Restless Development Uganda and Makerere University launched the Green Jobs Research Project on May 13, 2024, beginning with a week-long Foundation Training for the project’s youth researchers. Sixteen young leaders from Nakasongola district in Central Uganda and Jinja City in the Busoga region participated in the training, all with the goal of uplifting the aspirations …

MEDICAL WORKERS RECEIVE TRAINING TO BOOST SRH SERVICE PROVISION

Restless Development Uganda, in partnership with Care Uganda, held a training activity for over 40 health workers from Nakawa and Makindye Division in Kampala between 5th and 6th March. As an initiative of the SHE SOARS program, the training sought to address poor provision of Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) services to the adolescent and young …

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS – Hungry for Action Youth Campaign Team.

Are you a young activist ready to tackle East Africa’s hunger crisis head-on? You can join the Hungry For Action Youth Campaign Team. The Hungry for Action team and Restless Development are looking for spirited and dedicated individuals aged 18 to 28 from Kenya and Tanzania to become a part of the Hungry For Action …

Youth Researchers Present Petition on SRHR Findings

Exploring the impacts of Gender and social norms on Adolescent Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights of Out of School adolescent boys and girls. Youth researchers under the SHE SOARS project presented a petition in commemoration of the Day Of The African Child 2023 under the theme; Rights of Children in a Digital Environment. This research …

SHE SOARS project launched

Improving the sexual health and rights of women and girls in Uganda. The government of Uganda through the Commissioner Reproductive Health at Ministry of Health has committed to working closely with Sexual and reproductive Health and Economic empowerment (SHE) Supporting Out-of-school Adolescent girls’ Rights and Skills (SOARS) project with the implementing partners. SHE SOARS will …

ICS update

The current phase of the ICS programme, delivered by VSO in partnership with Restless Development and Raleigh International, will come to its planned end in December 2020.

Youth Powering Sustainable Development

Young people are critical agents of change for the achievement of the Global Goals but they are too often being ignored and overlooked when it comes to the implementation, follow up and review of the Goals.