Our Mission

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    Our vision is to improve and sustain the livelihoods of communities through organic and Permaculture technologies.


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    Our Mission -To provide sustainable and organic agriculture education and consultation that empowers small farmers to expand crop production in Africa.


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    We help small-scale farmers improve soil fertility, cut down on their use of commercial fertilizer and pesticides, and form small business groups to pool labor, resources and produce for more efficient local marketing. During the past four years, Go Organic Africa has implemented a broad range of training programs to address the varied needs of the small-scale farming sector.

about us

Go Organic Africa is a Community Based Organization, (CBO) operating in Africa. It started in 2010 with its head quarters in Kabale, South Western- Uganda with the mission of improving household nutrition through consumption of diverse and nutritious foods.

The postal address of the Organization is; Go Organic Africa Organization, P.O Box 379, Kabale – Uganda- East Africa. The project was conceived by Alphonse Twinamatsiko, as the Project Director, to provide farmers with the skills and technologies in sustainable agriculture and organic farming.

Go Organic Africa is spreading like the wild fire to other parts of Africa, impacting small-farmers with the skills and knowledge of organic farming.

In organic farming, crops, meat and other food are produced without chemicals. Fertilizers, pesticides, growth hormones and antibiotics are forbidden.

Instead of chemicals, Go Organic Africa uses a lot of organic matter to give crops the nutrients that they need to grow. Clover, for example, has a lot of nitrogen in it and farmers use it to make the soil better. Manure from animals and compost are also used to enrich the soil. Rabbit urine is used as a pesticide.

Our Objectives

  • To sensitize and empower small farmers and their families in intensive home gardens
  • To help farmers meet their basic needs by promoting organic farming and sustainable agriculture through training workshops
  • To sensitize community members on the values of organic farming.
  • To increase the financial base of farmers
  • To Increase access and use of diverse nutritious foods at household level
  • Linking farmers  with others to share knowledge, facts and awareness about organic farming
  • To promote rain-water harvesting in communities
  • To provide market  to small- farmers  and value addition to agricultural products


Activities of the project

  • Bee keeping
  • Agro-forestry
  • Intensive home gardens/ Organic farming technologies
  • Rabbit keeping
  • Rain water harvesting
  • Indigenous poultry keeping
  • Fish farming
  • Vertical farming