The representatives of the GET YES 2 project also visited several businesses, organizations and natural cultural monuments in Uganda, which rounded off the visit and their learning for deeper cooperation with Ugandans.
The team first visited the Organisation for Homeless Children “The Shepherd Center” in Kabale which has more than 40 boys aged 6 to 18 who are being helped to get an education, find a job and get involved in sports activities. Their plans are to cooperate with organizations from Europe in the field of sports.
The team then visited Paradise Eco-Hub Resort- Lake Bunyonyi, a social business that operates as an accommodation and exploration resort in the Kabale region and #Lake #Bunyonyi, (the lake of the little birds). The social business has a model that involves the community around them to collaborate together. All aliments such as food, vegetables, fruits, honey, labor and tour guides are all used by the community. In this way, the hub also has a profit, but the citizens also have a profit from the business, which strengthens the whole community.
Finally, the team had the opportunity to visit the Queen Elizabeth National Park where they had the opportunity to see the wealth and ecology that this country has.
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