Ground Zero Project (GZP) was first/initially formed as a youth and womens group in august, 2008, by a few womenand youth of Kabale Districts who saw the need to pool their savings to alleviate poverty, eliminate violence against a rural women, harmful practices among management skills to needy members to start micro-businesses or expand existing micro-projects. At that time, (and even now it was very difficult for the economically active poor women more especially women with HIV/AIDS and youth to access credit or loans from banks and other commercial institutions as they lacked collateral a limiting factor to the majority of poor women who form the bulk of the population.
By December, 2011, the womens and youth group was registered as a CBO to pursue revolving fund credit, training, capacity building and development projects that target the economically poor women with HIV/AIDS and youth in Kabale Districts and other parts of South Western Uganda.
Here at Ground Zero Project Uganda, we are committed to a single goal; we strive to make the world a better place. Explore our website to learn more about all that we’re doing to make a change. We are a private, non-profit organization dedicated to finding volunteers to help those in need overcome challenges, while developing meaningful relationships with them.