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. 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.
In 1994 the organization piloted community based pilot projects using UNV/DDS volunteers. In 1997 with support from the EU the organization secured support for community projects in the districts of Iganga, Tororo, Kitgum, Kamuli, Homa, Wakiso,
It specializes in rural development that has been operating in several districts since 1990.Africa 2000 Network-Uganda Currently implements programs under four strategic components and seeks to assist farming household in their successful transformation from subsistence to market-oriented production.
Our Vision is a society where small and medium farming communities live a decent life and our mission is to promote sustainable development for quality of life among small and medium farming communities through fostering food and nutrition security, agri-business development, knowledge management and advocacy