Self Help Africa has been implementing agriculture and rural development projects in Uganda for close to 20 years.
We work with and through local community-based organisations, government agencies, international NGOs, private sector partners and emerging social enterprises in Uganda.
These diverse partners all have huge potential in addressing the country’s hunger and poverty. We believe that the most effective role that we can play is in facilitating partnerships that will bring them together to serve the needs of underdeveloped rural communities.
We aim to be a catalyst, developing collaborative approaches to meet specific local needs through effective, integrated and sustainable solutions.
In this way, initiatives can continue without our support and have the potential to grow. Our programmes link with the national agricultural strategies produced under the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF) Development Strategy and Investment Plan.
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