Enhancing performance of saving groups through exhibitions. Lubaga C.B.O exhibition at Lubaga urban council division offices November-25-2016

The exhibition was organized by National Slum Dwellers Federation of Uganda (NSDFU) and ACTogether Uganda in partnership with KCCA

Empowering the urban youth movement and initiatives through vocational skills, creative art and design enables them take active participation in Job creation.

Exhibitions provide a better market for saving groups' products but also an opportunity for the urban poor to showcase and exchange ideas.

various saving groups showcase their products to the community

Women emancipation to improve their participation in income generating activities. According to the Uganda Bureau of Statistics (UBoS), women contribute more than 25% of the SME sector in Uganda, which employs more than 2.5 million people and constitutes up to 90% of the private sector.

Traditional art of bitenge (dresses) and hand made sweaters......."LOCALLY-produced goods will relieve Uganda of depending on imported manufactured products," Kateregga a senior skills trainer with youth in action said.

Beauty products and traditional medicinal drinks were some of the products that were exhibited

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