International Crane Foundation

In Uganda, the International Crane Foundation currently works with eight communities to implement a project that recognizes the importance of removing barriers to family planning as a pillar of biodiversity conservation, in addition to being vital for the well-being & empowerment of women & girls.

Together with key partners, they trained and mentored 749 community members (548 women and 201 men) on soil and water conservation methods, agriculture practices, sustainable waste disposal methods, and family planning. This was delivered in churches, in schools, and in men’s and women’s groups.