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A free and safe society where young people live with dignity and realise their full potential.

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Our Mission

To empower vulnerable youth so as to promote economic development and the prevention ...

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Our Values

Respect, Dignity and Integrity.

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We believe equality, equity and social justice are fundamental to ensuring sustainable livelihoods ...

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Our Vision

A free and safe society where young people live with dignity and realise their full potential.

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Our Mission

To empower vulnerable youth so as to promote economic development and the prevention of crime and antisocial behaviour ...

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Our Values

Respect, Dignity and Integrity.

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Prison inmates empowered with business and life skills in Lango and Acholi sub-region.

Over 590 prison inmates from 28 prison units in Lango and Acholi sub-region have successfully completed one month training in entrepreneurship and life skills. The training which took place under the Economic Empowerment and Social Reintegration of Ex-prison inmates in northern Uganda project also aims at establishing learning and mentorship mechanisms to accompany ex-prison inmates in development and implementation of small businesses, providing business start-up kits, improving reintegration into communities and strengthening the capacities of key stakeholders. It is implemented…

Prison Inmates in northern Uganda to benefit from Entrepreneurship and Life skills.

Over 600 Prison inmates in Acholi and Lango sub-regions are set to benefit from entrepreneurship and life skills. The ten days training which kicked off on Monday 19th is organized and conducted within the prison premises by the prison social workers and it is under the Economic Empowerment and Social Reintegration of Youth Ex-prison Inmates in northern Uganda Project which is being implemented by Advance Afrika in partnership with Uganda Prisons Service, with support from European Union and Caritas Switzerland….

Prison inmates in West Nile are set to benefit

Prison inmates in West Nile are set to benefit from entrepreneurship and life skills. The 20 days training which started on Tuesday 30th May at Arua Women Prison, Arua Main Prison and Koboko Main prisons respectively is implemented by Advance Afrika in partnership with Uganda Prisons Service, with support from Caritas Switzerland and TechnoServe. This is to equip the youth prison inmates with entrepreneurship and life skills, they will be trained in aspects of personal effectiveness such as goal setting,…


 Areas of Work

Our strategic plan is comprised of a unique, interrelated and interdependent cohort of themes all geared towards sustainable livelihoods of youth in Uganda. Our work is coined around social entrepreneurship, emphasizing the need for a sustainable social value and social good for any entrepreneurial initiative. We work across four significant areas: Rehabilitation, Reformation and Reintegration (RRR); Youth Entrepreneurship; Research, Documentation and Advocacy; Institutional Development and Capacity Strengthening.

  • REHABILITATION, REFORMATION & REINTEGRATION

    REHABILITATION, REFORMATION & REINTEGRATION

    We prioritise the efforts of the socio-economic reintegration of youth ex-prison inmates programmes. We work with the Uganda Prisons Service and Center for Legal Assistance in Malawi in the rehabilitation, reformation and reintegration of prison inmates into their communities. Through our socio-economic reintegration programme, we train social workers in entrepreneurship skills development as trainers who then train the inmates and facilitate the development of business ideas and plans among them.

  • YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    As a country, our number one challenge is youth unemployment. We aim to promote and support youths to establish and grow small social enterprises in order to create jobs for themselves and for other youth in the community. The support is geared towards skills development as well as linkages to markets.

  • RESEARCH, DOCUMENTATION & ADVOCACY

    RESEARCH, DOCUMENTATION & ADVOCACY

    In order to influence decision makers to uphold the dignity of youth and create policies that are sensitive and inclusive, we conduct advocacy that is informed by research. The current advocacy efforts are in line with skills development for young people, inclusion of vulnerable youth in government poverty reduction programs, and the rights of victims of crime.

  • INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT & CAPACITY STRENGTHENING

    INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT & CAPACITY STRENGTHENING

    As an organisation, we have built a culture of learning and unlearning. Under this theme we ensure that Advance Afrika constantly learns new ways of doing business as well as remaining relevant to the constituency we serve. In order to remain relevant, we consistently strengthen the capacity of staff and stakeholders to be able to deliver to thematic areas.

REHABILITATION, REFORMATION & REINTEGRATION

We prioritise the efforts of the socio-economic reintegration of youth ex-prison inmates programmes. We work with the Uganda Prisons Service and Center for Legal Assistance in Malawi in the rehabilitation, reformation and reintegration of prison inmates into their communities. Through our socio-economic reintegration programme, we train social workers in entrepreneurship skills development as trainers who then train the inmates and facilitate the development of business ideas and plans among them. Read more >

YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP

As a country, our number one challenge is youth unemployment. We aim to promote and support youths to establish and grow small social enterprises in order to create jobs for themselves and for other youth in the community. The support is geared towards skills development as well as linkages to markets. Read more >

RESEARCH, DOCUMENTATION & ADVOCACY

In order to influence decision makers to uphold the dignity of youth and create policies that are sensitive and inclusive, we conduct advocacy that is informed by research. The current advocacy efforts are in line with skills development for young people, inclusion of vulnerable youth in government poverty reduction programs, and the rights of victims of crime. Read more >

INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT & CAPACITY STRENGTHENING

As an organisation, we have built a culture of learning and unlearning. Under this theme we ensure that Advance Afrika constantly learns new ways of doing business as well as remaining relevant to the constituency we serve. In order to remain relevant, we consistently strengthen the capacity of staff and stakeholders to be able to deliver to thematic areas. Read more >

Strategic Areas of Work

Our strategic plan is comprised of a unique, interrelated and interdependent cohort of themes all geared towards sustainable livelihoods of youth in Uganda. Our work is coined around social entrepreneurship, emphasizing the need for a sustainable social value and social good for any entrepreneurial initiative. We work across four significant areas: Rehabilitation, Reformation and Reintegration (RRR); Youth Entrepreneurship; Research, Documentation and Advocacy; Institutional Development and Capacity Strengthening.

  • REHABILITATION, REFORMATION & REINTEGRATION

    REHABILITATION, REFORMATION & REINTEGRATION

    We prioritise the efforts of the socio-economic reintegration of youth ex-prison inmates programmes. We work with the Uganda Prisons Service and Center for Legal Assistance in Malawi in the rehabilitation, reformation and reintegration of prison inmates into their communities. Through our socio-economic reintegration programme, we train social workers in entrepreneurship skills development as trainers who then train the inmates and facilitate the development of business ideas and plans among them.

  • YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP

    As a country, our number one challenge is youth unemployment. We aim to promote and support youths to establish and grow small social enterprises in order to create jobs for themselves and for other youth in the community. The support is geared towards skills development as well as linkages to markets.

  • RESEARCH, DOCUMENTATION & ADVOCACY

    RESEARCH, DOCUMENTATION & ADVOCACY

    In order to influence decision makers to uphold the dignity of youth and create policies that are sensitive and inclusive, we conduct advocacy that is informed by research. The current advocacy efforts are in line with skills development for young people, inclusion of vulnerable youth in government poverty reduction programs, and the rights of victims of crime.

  • INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT & CAPACITY STRENGTHENING

    INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT & CAPACITY STRENGTHENING

    As an organisation, we have built a culture of learning and unlearning. Under this theme we ensure that Advance Afrika constantly learns new ways of doing business as well as remaining relevant to the constituency we serve. In order to remain relevant, we consistently strengthen the capacity of staff and stakeholders to be able to deliver to thematic areas.

REHABILITATION, REFORMATION & REINTEGRATION

We prioritise the efforts of the socio-economic reintegration of youth ex-prison inmates programmes. We work with the Uganda Prisons Service and Center for Legal Assistance in Malawi in the rehabilitation, reformation and reintegration of prison inmates into their communities. Through our socio-economic reintegration programme, we train social workers in entrepreneurship skills development as trainers who then train the inmates and facilitate the development of business ideas and plans among them. Read more >

YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP

As a country, our number one challenge is youth unemployment. We aim to promote and support youths to establish and grow small social enterprises in order to create jobs for themselves and for other youth in the community. The support is geared towards skills development as well as linkages to markets. Read more >

RESEARCH, DOCUMENTATION & ADVOCACY

In order to influence decision makers to uphold the dignity of youth and create policies that are sensitive and inclusive, we conduct advocacy that is informed by research. The current advocacy efforts are in line with skills development for young people, inclusion of vulnerable youth in government poverty reduction programs, and the rights of victims of crime. Read more >

INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT & CAPACITY STRENGTHENING

As an organisation, we have built a culture of learning and unlearning. Under this theme we ensure that Advance Afrika constantly learns new ways of doing business as well as remaining relevant to the constituency we serve. In order to remain relevant, we consistently strengthen the capacity of staff and stakeholders to be able to deliver to thematic areas. Read more >

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