RASD

Rural Agency for Sustainable Development

Tel: +256 (0) 772 923 712 | Mail: contact@rasd-uganda.org



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Who Are We

The Rural Agency for Sustainable Development is an Non Governmental Organization founded in 2000 by a group of concerned citizens of Nkokonjeru Town Council (Uganda). It has been created with the mission of alleviating poverty in the Mukono and Kayunga districts by improving public health and expanding economic opportunity.
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What We Do

In coordination with local government and other motivated organizations, RASD aims at achievieng its mission through development and coordination of programs which encompass general health improvement, assistance for orphans, water quality and availability, sanitation, vocational training, and agricultural needs.
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Get Involved

Whether you are part of an organization, a volunteer or simply wanting to offer a child the chance to study, if you are interested in helping the RASD to achieve its objectives, there are several ways to do it. While you could participate in one of our ongoing programmes, we are also open in initiating new projects with you.
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  • Agriculture

    Over the years, RASD has become an important actor with regards to the research of better agricultural techniques that could increase the food supply in the region. Several projects have been implemented in cooperation with the University of California Davis, ZARDI-Mukono, Uganda Christian University and Makarere University.

  • Water

    In collaboration with Duke University, University of California Davis and the US Embassy in Uganda, the RASD is heavily involved in lowering the disparities due to poor sanitation practices and water standards. Amongst others projects, this action includes the promotion of health education, aid in the construction of latrines and building of water tanks.

  • Machine Design

    With Engineers without Borders UK, our NGO has initiated a project to set up a wet processing unit for coffee produced in the region. In that perspective, a demucilager machine has been built, to be used in a demonstration plot that aims at showing best practices to risk-adverse farmers.



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