We support economic empowerment of PWDs to enable them lead a self-reliant and independent life in their communities.This is done through equipping PWDs with Skills that promote their employ-ability both in the formal and informal sectors.


  1. Moyo-Adjumani Livelihoods project (2015-2019)

    The project aims to empower young people with disabilities with employable vocational and business skills to enable them enter employment in both the formal and informal sectors. The project, targeting 1600 young people with disabilities is a partnership between Leonard Cheshire Disability and funded by the European Union and Comic Relief.

  2. Budaka- Buikwe Livelihoods project (2011-2014)

    With support from Leonard Cheshire Disability and the European Union CSU implemented a three year livelihood project benefiting 1000 people with disabilities in the two districts of Budaka and Buikwe. The project supported vocational and business skills training for 1000 PWDs and prepared them to transition into employment by providing start up kits.