Koome is an archipelago in Mukono District, consisting of 17 Islands in Lake Victoria, is a unique area and home to many aquatic and terrestrial species that do not exist anywhere in Uganda. Hope for Nature aims to improve livelihoods, protect the vulnerable ecosystems found on Koome Islands by conserving, restoring species and habitats; and driving sustainable solutions.
Hope for Nature recognise the importance of improving livelihoods and conserving threatened in this natural beautiful and biodiverse Islands. By supporting innovative, pioneering livelihoods improvement, public health and conservation projects in Koome Islands to ensure the Islands are preserved for future generations to enjoy.
Hope for Nature is a community based charity working solely for improving community livelihoods and conserving threatened species on the Islands, and we hope you will support us to achieve our mission.
Agriculture sector remains important to the Ugandan economy in that it employs approximately 88 percent of the population living in rural areas like Koome Island.
Wildlife conservation is the attempt to protect threatened and endangered flora and fauna species, along with their natural habitat.
We empower the local population to understand, protect and participate in programmes that aim at researching, raising awareness, reintroducing and conserving their environment and the species on the Island.
Most renewable energy is derived directly or indirectly from the sun. Sunlight can be captured directly using solar technologies.
Hope for Nature upholds an environment of responsibility and openness, to allow all stakeholders freely share information without barriers.
Hope for Nature promotes an environment of appreciation for social, cultural and political differences among our team members and beneficiaries. We value the inclusiveness of everyone irrespective of gender, religion and promote equal and fair treatment of all our direct stakeholders.JOIN NOW view details