Conservation education and awareness project
Conservation education and awareness project CIBIC approach to conservation is through conservation education and awareness, and community members who hear our message can change their mindset and do what is right in sustainable conservation and climate change mitigation and adaptation for livelihoods and incomes. CIBIC use various conservation and education awareness Medias, among others is…Read More
Demonstrating and supporting beneficiaries with alternative livelihood projects as opposed to poaching.
Demonstrating and supporting beneficiaries with alternative livelihood projects as opposed to poaching. CIBIC is training by demonstrating to the community member’s best farming practices. A demonstration center has been established and there is fish and vegetables as well as poultry to create an alternative source of bush meat. There is a huge case of malnutrition…Read More
Upcycling plastic waste into Eco bricks to build rain water harvesting tanks for communities.
Upcycling plastic waste into Eco bricks to build rain water harvesting tanks for communities. This project is answering the problem of irresponsible plastic waste disposal in public and in conservation areas. The current disposal practices are open air burning and dumping plastic waste on the community land. These are bad practices for instance open air…Read More
Agritourism and Local Food Restaurant
Agritourism and Local Food Restaurant The project CIBIC does are open for tourists for viewing, learning about and contributing to in terms of technical inputs and donations. CIBIC has many unique and exciting projects which tourists come to see; these include fishing, gardening, cooking, working with bees and bee products value addition. CIBIC also has…Read More
Reformed Poachers and Batwa Farmers’ Cooperative Society
Reformed Poachers and Batwa Farmers’ Cooperative Society. CIBIC started Reformed Poachers and Batwa Farmers’ Cooperative Society Limited (REPABFACOS) in 2019 to enable its members who finish training at the training have access to revolving seed loans. REPABFCOS is a company limited by shares with registration number p.9976/RCS under the ministry of trade, industry and cooperatives.…Read More
Training youth, women, reformed poachers and Batwa farmers in organic agriculture
Training youth, women, reformed poachers and Batwa farmers in organic agriculture. CIBIC conducts organized trainings and casual training for youth and local community members. About 3300 farmers have been trained and supported and are now self-sufficient. The training program offers tailored package for youth according to their training needs, these are usually short courses taking…Read More
Organic vegetable gardens in schools.
Organic vegetable gardens in schools. This project is working in 5 Batwa schools helping around 1200 children access organic vegetables to improve their diet. Before we started the program in these schools, children never had appetite, and could always be sickly but at least; the recent findings indicate that cases of children getting sick have…Read More
Building plastic waste recycling center
Building plastic waste recycling center This project needs an independent land away from CIBIC existing facility. Statistically, Buhoma tourism site generates/discharges about 40kg of plastic waste on a weekly basis arising mainly from bottled water and other fresh drinks carried by tourists, tourist guides, park staff and dependents. This quantity excludes discharges made at tourist…Read More
Construction of agricultural skilling center for the youth.
Construction of agricultural skilling center for the youth. . CIBIC plan to build a storied building to accommodate training space for 20 youth, also accommodate the secretariat offices for the Organisation. The project want to build fine dining and accommodation facility for trainers and trainees to enable our students/ instructors conduct their trainings well while…Read More
Purchase of land for scaling out.
Purchase of land for scaling out. CIBIC plans to expand from Bwindi to Queen Elizabeth National park. According to our strategic plan, this is expected to be effective in 2023. CIBIC understands that there is a lot of poaching going on their due to poverty and hunger and being in savanna belt, this area is…Read More