Uganda, like sub-Saharan Africa, has enough arable land that is unsustainably farmed.

Preparing youth to lead change in Agriculture. Our farmers' permaculture resource center is a training ground for communities.

We train farmers on the application of permaculture ethics and principles into their farming practices for resilience.

We inspire, train, and support youth and children to practice permaculture while empowering their grassroots communities.

Africa’s future lies in its Agriculture.


The agriculture sector employs more than half of the region's labor force and this number keeps growing.

Based on the fact that Africa has the youngest population in the world with 200 million people aged between 15 and 24 (the youth bracket), this could be a demographic dividend or a threat to the natural environment and communities.

The well-prepared youth, those who commit each day to think differently and take action about the future of Africa will shape the next generation.

At Agri Planet Uganda, we believe that if youth are given the necessary permaculture and regenerative farming skills, Africa's future will be secured.

In Africa, most smallholder farm activities are led by women.


Comparing household farm productivity is problematic as prior research has concluded. Most female-managed plots in Sub-Saharan Africa are located within male-headed households, which differ significantly from female-headed households where, in most cases, husbands have died, left to work as migrant laborers, or taken on another wife.

Women play a vital role in Uganda’s rural agricultural sector and contribute a higher than average share of crop labor in the region. They also make up more than half of Uganda’s agricultural workforce, and a higher proportion of women than men work in farming—76 percent versus 62 percent. Yet compared to men, their productivity is low.

At Agri Planet Uganda, we are empowering young women with the required skills in permaculture to drive sustainable change in Uganda and Africa.

Regenerative Agricultural, the future for Africa.


Africa's mode of agricultural growth has occurred predominantly from area expansion. This implies loosing of forest cover that occupies the utilized land for agriculture. This form of agricultural growth has considerable environmental impacts.
  • Sustainable farming practices to save the planet are needed. 
  • Practices that conserve forest cover, discourage the use of harsh chemicals, and therefore, contribute towards the preservation of the natural environment are much needed.
  • The fact that Extracts from plant parts such as fruits, roots, leaves, etc. can be used as organic fertilizers and pesticides is a huge opportunity for us to save our planet.
  • In fact, research studies have revealed that organic farming can eliminate about 500 million pounds of pesticides and chemicals from entering the environment annually.

At Agri Planet Uganda, we are developing and promoting an organic and self-sustainable Agricultural sector for Africa

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