Our Mission

Enable communities to revive and enhance their traditional knowledge systems in addressing the challenges they face.

Africa Institute for Culture and Ecology [AFRICE] is a non-governmental organisation that is registered in Uganda and broadly focuses on working with communities to revive their knowledge and practices on food, land and ecosystems conservation. Our work is to enable communities to revive and enhance their traditional knowledge systems in addressing the challenges they face, according to their priorities. Some of the current challenges include: climate change, environmental degradation, food insecurity, community and land conflicts, and loss of cultural identity, among others


Vision

Empowered communities who are applying their indigenous knowledge and practices to regenerate both their ecosystems governance systems to achieve improved and sustainable livelihoods


Mission

Empowered communities who are applying their indigenous knowledge and practices to regenerate both their ecosystems governance systems to achieve improved and sustainable livelihoods.


Goals

The main objective of AFRICE is to empower indigenous communities to strengthen their cultural practices for conservation of food, land and natural heritage.



Join us for our Mission



To Revive cultural practice

Revive indigenous knowledge and practice among communities.

To conserve food,

empower indigenous communities to
strengthen their cultural practices for conservation of food,

Regenerate ecosystems and protect Biodiversity

Strengthen community ecological governance systems

Our Team

Denis Natukunda Tabaro

+(256) 778 -338-128

Dennis is a professional community educator,one of the first 6 Earth Jurisprudence (EJ) Practitioners trained in Africa and a student of MSc .Agroecology ,with a back ground in Financial management. He…

Wilber bateisibwa

+(256) 772-441-347

Wilber is the director of programs AFRICE and has been active in empower indigenous communities to strengthen their cultural practices for conservation of food, land and natural heritage.

Appollo Bucunku

Apollo Works and lives in Rwenshama among the Banyabutumbi Community.He  was born and grew in  the area and has come to know the story of his people…

Joan Kabahinda

She is a young woman ,self motivated and interested in the culture of her community,mostly in traditional farming practices.Joan was elected by the community to be trained…

Annet Tuhiriirwe

Annette holds a  Bachelors  Degree in Human Resource Management  and Accounting. She is a self motivated lady and commited to her job