Uganda

Mariam Nansasi, a trailblazer in PET waste collection

Profiling the people who make a circular waste economy in Uganda possible.

Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda partners with NUDIPU to offer sustainable solutions to disabled girls in schools

Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) has today handed over a cheque of UGX 10M for the training and economic inclusion of women with disabilities.

Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda employs their latest graduate trainees cohort

In a bid to mitigate Uganda's unemployment challenge, Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) runs a Graduate in Training program that enrolls trainees from Ugandan universities.

Healthy watersheds are an essential component of climate resilience in Africa

Conflict, climate change, the lingering financial impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and sharp food price inflation are causing acute food insecurity in Africa.

Water stewardship and plastic waste management are two sides of the same coin

The problem of plastic waste in Africa, and its impact on water resources, requires concerted efforts from governments, corporates, civil society organisations and individuals. By working together, we can create a more sustainable future for African water bodies and the communities that depend on them.

Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda boosts women owned local businesses in Rubaga Division

Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) has partnered with Busega Youth Development Community (BUYEDECO) to donate over 20 fridges to business women in Rubaga Division, Kampala.

Working moms get support to continue breastfeeding

To support women employees and help them balance the demands of their home and professional lives, Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) has established a nursing area to allow nursing mothers express and store their babies’ milk.

Economic inclusion of women is key to sustainable development in Africa

CIf the private sector, governments and civil society work together to remove the barriers to women’s full participation in the economy, it would set the continent on a path to accelerated growth and greater shared opportunity for all.

Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda partners with Stanbic Bank to reduce plastic waste

Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU) through its initiative, Plastic Recycling Industries has today partnered with Stanbic Bank Uganda to reduce plastic waste in the environment. This partnership is part of CCBU’s environmental sustainability programme that seeks to create a world without waste.

Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda sets out to empower 10,000 youth

10,000 youths in 10 higher education institutions will be enrolled in a digital coaching and mentorship programme called Boundless Minds in partnership with Coca-Cola Beverages Uganda (CCBU).