Pearl Integrated Development Agency

Unverified non-profit organisation

Pearl Integrated Development Agency is a women registered Community Based Nonprofit Organization operating at the grass root in Busia District in Eastern Uganda to help single mothers, vulnerable children, orphans and girls lead a meaningful life. Its program areas cover education, health, livelihood, food security & agriculture and sanitation.
Pearl Integrated Development Agency was established in 2014, according to the willingness of communities in view of dealing with the present socio economic problems in different villages by understanding and sharing the problems with each other and finding out the best way of solving the problems through free discussions and people participation in decision making and get together under one umbrella.

Organizations Mission:
To build entrepreneur skills among local communities through agri-business opportunities, SMEs, Jua Kali, metal & fabrication, carpentry, saloons, crafts, ceramics.

Organizations Goal:
The long-term goal is to contribute to the government programs of poverty alleviation, food security, sustainable social and economic entrepreneurship, fostering a lasting high quality of life for local communities in Busia.
It helps schools to teach girls through empowerment of their parents, the single mothers to help them become autonomous through agri-business projects.

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Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Uganda

Global issues

Agriculture, aquaculture and forestry; Children, youth and family welfare; all (10)

Business sectors

Advocacy and legal services; Agriculture and livestock; Community and social services; all (5)