The Environmental Women in Action for Development (EWAD) is privileged to host a delegation of representatives from the Work no child’s business consortium India in Busia district one of the WNCB project areas. The visiting team of four implementing partners from India have also been joined by the WNCB Netherlands Communication Coordinator Tanja Brooks. During their week long stay in Uganda, the team has spent 2 days with EWAD staff, beneficiaries and the community where EWAD is implementing the WNCB project aimed at contributing to the progressive elimination of child labor. Received by the WNCB Uganda project coordinator Juliet Wajega, and WNCB coordinator for Busia district who also doubles as EWAD executive director Margaret Tuhumwire, the visiting team has began their learning journey at Busitema primary school a partner school where we (EWAD) is implementing a string of activities to eliminate child labor in the school community.
EWAD is implementing the WNCB project in three sub counties of the Gold rich Busia district, which include, Busitema, Tiira an Amonikakinei. The team has spent quality time dialoging with Busia District leadership, to better understand the EWAD community based approach to end child labor.  They have also engaged with the presidents representative in Busia district (RDC) Mr. Micheal Kibwika, visited the EWAD catering training facility, the Garment production, carpentry, Salon ,and the Motorcycle mechanics  repairs vocational skilling centers.