• Beekeeping

    Our aim is to help vulnerable women and youth in Africa to provide for their large households by introducing them to modern, environmentally sustainable beekeeping as a source of much-needed income.

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  • Agro forestry

    By understanding how forests grow and sustain themselves without human intervention, we can learn from Nature, copy the systems and patterns to model our own forests — ones filled with trees and plants that produce food we can eat.

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  • Intensive Home Gardening

    Sub Saharan Africa still has one of the highest proportions of people living on less than $1.25 a day, according to the MDG report 51% in 2005. Furthermore, in all developing regions children in rural areas are more likely to be underweight than children living in cities and towns (UN MGD report, 2010).

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  • Rabbit Keeping

    Go Organic Africa works closely with small farmers living in the Kigezi region of southwestern Uganda, who are raising rabbits for household consumption and sale at local markets.

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  • Rain Water Harvesting

    A key contributing factor to this rate has to do with a large geographical feature – mountainous areas (Kigezi highlands- where we are based).

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  • Honey packing
  • Organic fruits and vegetables
  • Rabbit meat balls and sausages
  • Packing of rabbit meat
  • Rain water harvesting


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