Land Environment and Development Concerns (LEDEC)

Land Environment and Development Concerns (LEDEC) is an indigenous non-profit and registered community-based organization in Uganda. It was founded in March 2013 by land activists, environmentalists, educationists, conservationist, social workers, human rights activists and development experts. They are at the forefront of addressing climate change, natural resources depletion and extinction of indigenous species, land and environmental degradation, poor water, sanitation and hygiene, shelter, food insecurity, waste management and energy. They also handle the poor quality of education, health and social services, social injustice, disaster and lack of social accountability which are affecting nature, plants, animals, birds and human life. Their mission is to achieve sustainable development through; climate change adaptation and mitigation mechanisms, natural resources conservation, livelihood, social services interventions and human rights protection.

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