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In September of 2010, the world’s elite gathered in New York and DC to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Millennium Development Goals. Missing from the conversation were the voices at the base of the pyramid, i.e., the poor. In November of 2010, a little-known conference was held in a small village in NW Uganda to bring these voices to the fore. The Villages in Action 2010 conference brought together over 500 villagers who were given a chance to voice their opinions on development in their villages. A stage was built, microphones handed over and the world participated via the internet as Kikuube Village in Masindi Uganda joined the global development debate for the first time.
Following the success of last year’s villages in action conference a decision has been made to move the event to the next level and we are inviting you to be a partner at this year’s Villages in Action 2012 to be held on January 14, 2012 in Kikuube Village.

Check out the documentary of Villages in Action 2010.

You can help us further explore the role of business and entrepreneurship in fighting poverty and the role of technology in improving education in the village.

Your donations will help facilitate the planning of the event, filming, the live broadcast and any materials we need to run the event.

Short trailer to recap the best of villages in Action 2010 and a sneak peak into what the theme of the...
One of the surprising finds at Villages in Action 2010 was the amount of inspiring enginuity the kids...
If you didn't get a chance to come to Villages in Action last November, here's a 90-minute cut of the...