TEENS Clubs: TEENS are leadership initiatives in Schools as spaces for youth friendily health service extension and motivation towards voluntary environmental care and life-skills development. Clubs help to increase access to health information, life-skills and mentorship to engage young people and to motivate them volunteer in own communities.

Club operate in both primary and secondary schools in Kampala and Wakiso. Among other club activities are, WASH, Backyard gardening, volunteerism, and learning camps.

As part for the Adolescent girl’s empowerment programme, the RUN $ GIRLS is an advocacy campaign that focuses on the promotion of rights of girls especially those of reproductive age to help them stay in school by addressing the educational challenges through Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM). RUN for Girls simply means “Rights Uplift Nobility for Girls”.

Heritage Education Programme (HEP) Clubs:

Open Streets

Closure of the Street road at Luwum in Kampala

Heritage education ensure that the younger generations are encouraged and facilitated to play an active part in learning about their heritage and their cultural background through different heritage activities under various themes in our Heritage Tool Kit.

HEP clubs are run coordinated by TEENS with support from Cross Cultural Foundation of Uganda (CCFU) to engage young people in the promotion and conservation of their culture. These clubs are national in nature with participating school across regions.

Kimanye Health Vibes: This is a four (4) research project is a purely health focused projected supported by IPAS Africa Alliance targeting all women of reproductive age, professional Health workers, VHTs, youth, Government agencies in promotion of Comprehensive Health Care Service (PAC & CAC) and contraceptive use in Uganda.

Vijjana Generational Museum (VGx): This is the first youth museum in Africa (since 2015)and exists as a physical space and asset for the storage and documentation of culture affairs of youth to help them access, appreciate and conserve culture in Uganda. The museum is a work in Progress.

PREACH: The project has been implemented since 2014 by partner organizations including TEENS, CoU-TEDO and SOCADIDO in Serere District in eastern Uganda with support from the Inter-Church Cooperation organization for Development (ICCO). The project continues in Central Region to continue with the Promotion of Renewable Energy and Adaptation to Climate Change (PREACH) by TEENS training artisans (youth & women) on the installation of energy Saving Cook stoves, promotion of Solar (PV & solar lamps), training in simple energy audits and efficient building designs.