RECO works with organizations around the world who share our vision of a developed world, free from environment degradation and hunger. We partner with other organizations in several ways, from grants to employee giving and matching programs to gifts in kind and much more.
RECO’s emphasis on grassroots action provides the basis for a range of partnership opportunities with corporations, foundations and other institutions to promote environment conservation and sustainable agriculture. Our experience working with Rakai and Kyotera districts local communities since 2011 has shown us that together we can join forces so that we positively impact our communities. Find out more about our many partner and affiliates below:
The Heinz Sielmann Stiftung positions itself within the framework of international nature and climate protection efforts and clearly links its contributions with the internationally agreed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), thereby fulfilling its global responsibility as an established German nature conservation foundation. The international projects of the Heinz Sielmann Stiftung focus on restoring ecosystem functions by reforesting selected areas together with local partners and communities.
Over the years, we have got support from the Heinz Sielmann Stiftung, and together we have achieved inspiring results and impact in our local communities.
Heinz Sielmann Stiftung’s mission is “Protecting ecosystems & biodiversity for a brighter future”
YPARD is an international movement. YPARD operates as a network with over 15,000 members.
At the heart of YPARD as a movement are its members, who are encouraged to become active in their area, spread the news about YPARD to other young professionals, encourage a stronger voice of youth in their own organizations and share their views and ideas with other young professionals in the network.
We host YPARD Uganda since May 2017, and together we continue to positively impact the young people in agriculture sector.
Mission: YPARD’s mission is “Enabled and empowered young agricultural leaders shaping sustainable food systems.”