Card Uganda is composed of agriculturalists, farming industry, information institutes and regimes, Integrated in variety, our affiliates show that agricultural business and improvement are not conjoint. We find new bearable ways of creating impact with business. Exchanging viewpoints and expecting the unpredicted. Taming collaboration through linking, learning and leadership.

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NETWORKING – Build successful partnerships
Card Uganda helps you find the right people to solve problems and do business with. Whether you are eyeing change makers in the agri-food division or partners to solve specific dares with. Our network connects unusual suspects, facilitates innovative ways of working together and stimulates long term collaboration.

LEARNING – Expand your expertise
Card Uganda facilitates exciting learning atmospheres aimed at innovating your business. Our members share best practices, experiences and failures in order to learn from and with each other. Consideration and sense-making around specific issues are key in our learning processes.

LEADERSHIP – Find your leverage
Card Uganda is the space for you to set and influence the agenda in collaboration with other relevant stakeholders. Our network purposes to alter both the ways of working and the rules of the game in the agri-food sector.

Why Card Uganda?

Few of the encounters civilization faces are as urgent and complex as food security. To meet the needs of a rapidly growing world population, an unparalleled, worldwide effort is required. Members of the Card Uganda are dedicated to meeting this challenge in collaboration. By working together, learning from each other and unitedly pushing for change.

Our Projects, What we are doing


A transformed Uganda, with empowered and economically self reliant rural and urban residents including vulnerable children, girls, and women easily accessing essential education and health services


To empower rural residents and the urban poor to become economically self reliant while enabling vulnerable children, girls, and women to gain better access to essential education and health services


Contribute to an improved Household living standard of the enterprising, economically productive communities in Uganda by empowering the Agricultural Value Chain Actors through participatory Production push and Market pull approaches