UNDP made the announcement through their Twitter Platform.

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has continued on its course of increasing emphasis to provide expert advice, training, and grant support to developing countries, working on solutions to global and national development challenges.

The program has announced its new profound partnership with the Rolex Initiative and Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities to train 500 food vendors in the western TDA area in proper waste management mechanisms, proper hygiene standards and encourage the vendors to use different forms of eco – friendly sources of energy to protect the environment.

Dj Nimrod at Rolex Feast

According to Jonathan Nalebo, the co-founder of Rolex Initiative, the campaign will be dubbed ‘RolexPrenuer’ where they’ll also help small businesses to bounce back better after being crippled by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The announcement was made through their Twitter handle. “UNDP is partnering with @MTWAUganda & @RolexInitiative 2 train 500 food vendors in the western TDA area in proper #waste management mechanisms, proper hygiene standards & encourage the vendors to use different forms of eco-friendly sources of energy to protect the #environment.” It read.

About Rolex Initiative

Rolex Initiative is a social-economic enterprise established in 2016 to promote Rolex as a national Tourism meal identifier for Uganda. The initiative also ensures an increase in hygienic meal mixing and financial inclusion amongst fast food street vendors.