We are proud to work with these great names
Youth Entrepreneurship Facility (YEF)- The Youth Entrepreneurship Facility (YEF) enables African Youth to turn their energy and ideas into business opportunities to increase their income and create decent work for themselves and others. It is a partnership between the European Union and the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Uganda country office.
International Labour Organization (ILO)
SEED (SEED UNO) SEED is a global partnership for action on sustainable development and the green economy. Founded by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
The Consortium for enhancing University Responsiveness to Agribusiness Development Limited (CURAD) is a public-private partnership initiative promoted by Makerere University, the National Union of Coffee Agribusinesses and Farm Enterprises Limited (NUCAFE), and National Agricultural Research Organization (NARO), the University of Copenhagen (UC) and NIRAS International. CURAD is a public-private partnership initiative with the aim of producing innovative young entrepreneurs and agribusiness leaders to champion productivity and profitability of the agricultural enterprises that can spinoff new enterprises.
Uganda Industrial Research Institute (UIRI)
Africa Agribusiness Academy (AAA) The Africa Agribusiness Academy stimulates and supports entrepreneurship toward increased food security in Africa. AAA supports entrepreneurs by offering capacity development and training opportunities, marketing, communication and networking support and facilitating the collaboration and mutual learning of all members. The AA Academy is supported by Sokoine University of Agriculture, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness (DAEA/SUA) in Tanzania and Wageningen UR (University & Research Centre) in the Netherlands.
Uganda Agribusiness Alliance (UAA) –Uganda Agribusiness Alliance (UAA) was established in 2014, as a not-for-profit multi-stakeholder partnership and members-based organisation, to catalyse sustainable investment and growth in the Ugandan agricultural and agri-allied industry. They work with agriculture stakeholders to identify and coordinate solutions to address systemic bottlenecks which affect agribusiness development across the country.
Uganda Small Scale Industries Association (USSIA)- Uganda Small Scale Industries Association is a registered Membership Organization formed in 1979 with a major purpose to enhance the industrial development of Small Scale Industries in the Country right from the grass root level. It’s mandated to support and equip micro, small and medium sized enterprises for success and sustained growth under favorable national policies and business operating environment.
Rural Women and Youth Development Organization (RWYDO)- This is a Community Based Organisation which coordinates implementation at a grassroots level and uses community tools to foster participation by women in the districts.
Social Enterprise Forum (SE FORUM) – Social Entrepreneurship Forum (SE Forum) is a non-profit organization based in Sweden and has been in existence since 2004. In 2011, SE Forum launched a SE Outreach Program that aims to support social entrepreneurs that intend to solve social and/or environmental issues in developing countries with financially sustainable business innovations. The SE Outreach program is financed by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA).
Enterprise Uganda– Enterprise Uganda is a public-private institution designed to support the government in realizing its objective of promoting the development of SME’s as the main vehicle for expanding production, providing sustainable jobs and enhancing economic growth. It was established under a framework of the UNDP Enterprise Africa regional initiative with support from a consortium of local and international donors. The concept behind Enterprise Uganda is based on the Empretec Programme Model currently operating in 32 countries in Africa, Eastern Europe and Latin America. The Empretec model is designed as one-stop programme, which provides an integrated and comprehensive range of business support services for SMEs using a hands-on approach. They provide continuous capacity building and mentorship to Josmak
African Entrepreneurship Award- African Entrepreneurship Award (AEA) powered by BMCE Bank of Africa they Finance, mentor and help build ideas into a sustainable business that employs people, improves the economy, and impacts lives in Africa.