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Youth Initiative for Community Empowerment - YICE

// About Us

YICE Uganda is a registered not for profit social organization that provides rural smallhoder farmers in Uganda with access to regenerative agricultural training, flexible financial services and permaculture practices to reduce hunger, and poverty. The organization officially started her operations in 2012 and registered under the Ugandan Local Government – (Reg. No.CD.233/1039/12 and 162). Currently, the organization works with IDPs in Bukompe and the neighboring host communities, in Kassanda district.

Award Winner

Young Innovators in Agribusiness 2016.

Latest Project

A scale project in Nakivale refugee settlement

// Our Programs

We believe we can’t accomplish anything alone. We always share and seek for partnerships and guidance from others

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Ecological and Permaculture Program
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Mobile Drip Irrigation System to farmers
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Regenerative Farming (RE-Farm)
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The Regenerative Learning Center for farmers
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Households impacted
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Permaculture demo gardens
// WHAT WE DO

Our Field WORK

A world where all vulnerable smallholder farmers and their families thrive in a sustainable way is what we believe in and work for at YICEUganda. We are leaders of innovative and bundled agricultural solutions for smallholder farmers. We support and accompany them on their path to ecological and sustainable farming.

// YICE Uganda is a registered not for profit social organization that provides rural smallhoder farmers in Uganda with access to regenerative agricultural training, flexible financial services and permaculture practices to reduce hunger, and poverty.

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YICE has received several awards including the Spring Prize award in 2019, 2021 Ashden Regenerative Awards, the 2020 UNDP Climate Smart Challenge and appeared in several blogs and news letters.

// Existing and inherited farming practices will need to be adapted and taken forward by the next generation in a very different context.

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// What the community says

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Teddy
Very well thought out and articulate communication. Clear milestones, deadlines and fast work.
Project Manager
Currently, the organization works with IDPs in Bukompe and the neighboring host communities, in Kassanda district.
Christine
The best part...always solving problems with great original ideas!.
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