Sustainable Livelihoods International (SLINT)-Uganda
SLINT-Uganda (Sustainable Livelihoods International) is a Ugandan NGO working on poverty alleviation, market-oriented agricultural development and food security, environmental sustainability, capacity development and policy advocacy.
SLINT seeks to contribute to the realization of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), particularly Goal 1 on the eradication of extreme poverty and hunger and Goal 7 on ensuring environmental sustainability.
During its four years of operation, SLINT Uganda has operated a number of projects designed to improve farming (fruit and vegetable growing, bee keeping, fruit tree growing and forestry). SLINT has also been involved in a collaborative climate change project with Makerere University, and in a solar lighting project.