A2N-Uganda uses various strategies to productively engage with the small and medium scale farmers, these include:Integrated farm planning (PIP)/Participatory Development Management (PDM)- whereby farming communities are empowered to determine their development aspirations Read More
A2N Uganda prides itself in working with a diversity of smallholder and medium farmers i.e. vulnerable and underserved women, youths and men-who are selected and recruited into our development program using fair, transparent and non-discriminatory approaches.Read More
Development is based on human beings, and just as human beings are complex creatures, their development is a very complex process. A2N-Uganda has gone through a long process of careful evaluation on how its vision under the prevailing conditions can be achievedRead More
Africa 2000 Network -Uganda is a local Non-Governmental organization that was conceived in 1986 at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly Special Session on the Critical economic Situation in Africa. Later in 1990, the idea developed into a United Nations Development Program that was implemented in 13 African Countries supporting community based projects aimed at environmental protection and promotion of ecologically sustainable development for improved livelihoods.
Africa 2000 Network -Uganda is a local Non Governmental organization that was conceived in 1996 at the United Nations(UN) General Asembly Special Session on the Critical economic Situation in Africa.
A2N-Uganda recognizes the widely accepted fact that whereas there is a diversity of crops grown in the different parts of Uganda,,
Farmers are facing many constraints in the marketing of their products, such as lack of market power, information deficits, and quality issues.
Understanding issues and policies affecting agricultural production and market access at all levels,