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Aware of the need to have sustainability in relief ventures

IMPACT
Sanitisation of water in Bwaise (slum area) has been a huge success for the selected households.

What we do

Sanitisation of water in this slum (Bwaise) has been a huge success for the selected households within which the pilot model was executed. In this model the program promoted successfully new technologies that gave a clean energy alternative source for sanitisation of water. We did promote a Swedish based solar unit at household level whose mechanism to prepare water (safe for consumption) was easy to adapt to. The program successfully awarded 20 neediest households on merit and trained these on the usage of the technology.

Students Support
and Philanthropy Program

Continues to be home to some of the most innovative,
sustainable and cost efficient solutions
to the world’s most pressing problems

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Success Stories

About IKARE-Partner

IKARE Ltd (pronounced “I care”) is a UK registered charity operating according to the venture philanthropy principles. It works closely with its investees, providing not only tailored financial but also non-financial support and access to networks. Taking a multi-year view IKARE aims to strengthen the capacity of its investees so they in turn can deliver more social impact. Having since 2006 been actively involved in the Stamp Out Sleeping sickness initiative in Uganda, providing start-up financing to a number of young veterinarians.

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