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Empowered commnities applying their indigeneous knowledge for harmony with human and non human beings
To accompany and build community confidence, facilitate and strengthen their ecological, food and cultural governance systems
Ecosystem rejuvenation, biodiversity conservation, revival of indigenous seeds , farming systems and agroecology
Reciprocity, cultural iversity, rights of nature, biodiversity, partnership, integrity and honesty
African Institute for Culture and Ecology [AFRICE] is a non-governmental organization that is registered in Uganda; and broadly focuses on working with communities to revive their knowledge and practices on food, land and ecosystems conservation. It was founded in 2016 and fully registered with the Uganda NGO board in 2017. AFRICE’s main goal is to empower indigenous communities to strengthen their cultural practices for conservation of food, land and natural heritage. We currently work on two program areas within three communities of Bagungu of Buliisa along Lake Albert, Banyabutumbi of Rukungiri along Lake Edward and Basese of Kalangala island in Lake Victoria.