Since 2004, Pacific Bamboo Resources (PBR) a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization has provided leadership and served communities both domestically and internationally. We have proudly worked with NGOs, international governments and private industries to research and pursue practical applications for bamboo resources.
Bamboo For Good (B4G) is an organization of innovative international partners across East Africa and beyond, working together to mobilize bamboo resources for good.
Grow: Advance bamboo to serve critical social, economic and environmental needs in international communities.
Train: Provide training and leadership programs to create new employment growth and foster community development.
Make: Create adaptable and responsive design, production as fulfillment of bamboo products to meet critical needs.
Sustain: Foster international relationships with partners to uphold the vitality of programs and communities served by B4G.
To apply bamboo technology towards agriculture programs including bamboo based agricultural tools and implements, bamboo biochar, on-farm structures, fencing, trellises, carts and wagons, etc.
To produce innovative transit designs to address transportation issues to improve rural and urban livelihoods including single person bicycles, cargo solutions and combinations.
To enlist bamboo resources for new innovative healthcare products and technologies, new jobs, and new economic development, like bamboo hand washing stations, toilets, braces, crutches and medical disposables.
To revitalize, restore, preserve, and sustain critical wildlife habitats, ecosystems, and resident flora and fauna across Uganda and the region.
As a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, our mission and interdisciplinary activities align with efforts to address issues of global climate change, sustainable economic development, and community resilience.