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The Ntenjeru Women Empowerment Project, a three-year initiative by the Rotary Club of Kampala Maisha, was implemented in Ntenjeru Sub County, Mukono District, Uganda. The Project is funded by the Rotary Foundation with substantial support from 8 Rotary Clubs subscribing to the Frankfurt Plus alliance with the Rotary Club of Frankfurt Staedel as Lead International Partner. This project aims to foster sustainable development and empowerment among women while nurturing community growth. 


Rotary International, renowned for its commitment to humanitarian service, has been a driving force in fostering community development and international collaboration through various initiatives. One such pivotal event is the West Africa Project Fair, an annual gathering that epitomizes Rotary‚Äôs ethos of service and partnership. This article delves into how this fair, in collaboration with the Rotary Action Group for Community Economic Development (RAGCED), is expanding its visibility and impact, both in West Africa and globally.


The mission of the Rotary Action Group for Community Economic Development (RAGCED) is to be a source of knowledge and expertise that helps Rotarians plan, implement, and manage impactful and sustainable economic development projects and create lasting change in poor and underserved communities.