Environmental Management for Livelihood Improvement Bwaise Facility [EMLI Bwaise Facility] is an environmental non – governmental and non – profit making organization established in 2007 by a group of eminent scholars and policy makers in Uganda with a focus on environmental issues at national level such as environmental governance, climate change, forests, chemicals and solid waste, biodiversity, water and sanitation.
Vision : An empowered, healthy and self sustaining community that focuses on forms and processes of development that do not compromise the integrity of the environment and meets the needs of the most vulnerable.
Mission : To improve the standards of living of the most vulnerable people in Uganda by ensuring sustainable livelihood.
Principles: Neutrality, Gender Sensitivity and Impartiality
To promote sustainable development and public awareness of the need to manage land, air and water resources in a balanced and sustainable manner for the present and future generations.
To involve the people in the formulation and implementation of development plans and programmes which promote and maintain the greening of the environment.
To ensure equitable access to quality basic education at both primary and post primary level.
To enhance HIV/AIDS awareness efforts among youth by engaging young people in positions to influence their peers, in examination and dialogue about their role and opportunities to fully participate in the response to HIV/AIDS in Uganda.