Recreational City Cycling to Commemorate World Cities Day 2022

  Urbanization presents some of the most significant opportunities and challenges in the world today. Cities are centres for economic growth and development… more »

High-Level Bicycle Ride in Kampala: 30th September 2022

TEENS Uganda partnered with UN-Habitat, ITDP, FABIO and KCCA in hosting the Kampala High Level Bike Ride  30 September 2022. Implementation of a cycle… more »

4th UNCC Annual Arts & Culture Festival 2022

“Access of young people to culture as actors or users is an essential condition for their  full participation in society. Access to culture… more »

Masaka City Ride in Commemoration of World Wetlands Day 2022

Every 2nd day of February, the World Wetlands Day is celebrated, to mark the date of the adoption of the convention on Wetlands… more »

Bike share Demonstration

Public Dialogue ‘Fossil-free mobility options in Kampala”

In Uganda, the World Environment Day (WED) 2022 was celebrated in Luweero district under the national theme: ‘Our Earth, Conserve for Life’.  … more »

Women in Climate Change Conference

Despite women being disproportionately affected by climate change, they play a crucial role in climate change adaptation and mitigation. Because women possess unique… more »

Bike Share Kampala Pilot Project

Bike sharing systems are critical tools of current policies and practices for Uganda to address challenges, as part of wider urban mobility management… more »

GIZ Capacity Training to CISCOT members

CISCOT is a member organization focusing on transport that TEENS subscribes to under the Sustainable Transport Thematic working group. Collectively, the core task… more »

UGANDA NATIONAL URBAN FORUM (UNUF) FARMILIARIZATION FIELD VISITS

What? Formed and Launched in May 2010 with support from Cities Alliance under theTransforming Settlements for the Urban Poor in Uganda (TSUPU) Project,… more »

UN Global Road Safety Week (2021)

Globally, from the 17th to 23rd May 2021 is the 6th United Nations Global Road Safety Week, and Uganda joined the rest of… more »