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Safeplan Uganda Approach

Empowering Women to Promote the use of Energy efficient cookstoves

Women Empowerment

We buid the capacity of women to forward their ideas and views freely and without hinderance.
We can demonstrate their ability to lead and serve others this is our strenghth to uplift and improve to its full potential.

Endless opportunity for young people.

SKilling youths

Safeplan Uganda the home of opportunity is always providing youths and epecially women with skills for sustainable livelihood.

In the month of November we shall see 5 youths benefit from skills that will lead them to make high quliaty liquid and bar soap.
The training is produly made possible by Enabel and Safeplan Uganda.


Bee Keeping

What is bee farming?

Honey our pride

Women in honey production
With beekeeping activities women engage in honey production for sale which provides them ample them time to participate in other productive activities in the community. Bee farming can promote women empowerment to find better income spending less time than earning factory wage of as low as 1 USD per day
This is important as it enables them meet their family needs like school fees, scholastic materials which keeps their children at school.

Values of honey

Common uses of Honey


BUWOBE membership is open to vulnerable members especially those living in the district of Masindi who register to become members and benefit from trainings offered, merger support for inputs like beehives and its equipment.
 Members supply honey harvested back to the enteprises and are paid promptly this offers them opportunity to plan and develop their apiary

Our Approach

The enterprise is women focused with social enterprise approach to address member’s challenges. The registered members benefit from equipment support especially beehives on a cost recovery basis payable up to 24 months with the honey harvested each season. To learn more about how to register and benefit as a member please visit Members.

Our model

Buwobe is a co-operative beekeeping enterprise that produces honey and beeswax products. It mobilises women to become beekeepers for the enterprise, whereby local collection centres serve as venues for production. The honey business is used as a vehicle for community development, including the promotion of sustainable land use practice. To replicate our model see here.


Bee keeping skills

Focus on Youths and Women

Youths and women remiain the most vulnerable neglected but Active group in society to foster social economic development

Easy to train, ready to learn no destruction and always willing to learn new ideas.

Women offer ready opportunity for success at a simple touch they give profound result,

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