On-Going Projects

Through various projects, Advance Afrika has built experience in leadership and entrepreneurship, innovative approaches to youth participation, thus creating opportunities for alternative sources of livelihood, and entrepreneurship development, in order to contribute to social justice in Uganda.

ATP inception meeting in Arua district

Community Response Actions to Reduce Teenage Pregnancies in Busoga and West Nile

Advance Afrika is implementing the “Community Response Actions to Reduce Teenage Pregnancies in Busoga and West Nile” project (ATP). This is a three-year action implemented in partnership with Echoes of Children Voices (ECoV, co-applicant) and Help Disabled Children Excel (HEDCHE, associate) with funding from the European Union. The overall objective of the action is to empower teenage mothers to live dignified lives and enhance community engagement in upholding the rights

Action for Livelihood Enhancement in Northern Uganda (Alenu)

Under the Development Initiative for Northern Uganda (DINU), a Government of Uganda programme supported by the European Union (EU) and supervised by Office of the Prime Minister, Caritas Switzerland has received a grant to implement the Action for Livelihood Enhancement in Northern Uganda (ALENU). ALENU is implemented by a consortium consisting of four NGOs (Caritas Switzerland, Advance Afrika, Agency for Accelerated Regional Development,and Gulu Women Economic Development and Globalization). Objectives

Bridging Opportunities for Effective and Productive Livelihoods of Youth Prison Inmates and Ex-Inmates in Northern Uganda

Bridging opportunities for effective and productive livelihoods of youth prison inmates and ex-inmates in northern Uganda is a three-year action implemented by Advance Afrika in partnership with Edukans and Uganda Prison Service with support from European Union. The action inspires a contribution towards economic development in northern Uganda by promoting the economic empowerment and participation of youth prison inmates and ex-inmates in Amuru, Gulu and Kitgum districts. The overall objective

Umunthu-Education and Skilling

UMUNTHU is a twelve months project implemented by Chance for Change in partnership with Advance Afrika with funding from Norwegian Agency for Exchange Cooperation (NOREC). The overall objective of this action is “To equip offenders with education and skills training that will enable them become self-reliant members of society”. The project specific objectives include; improving the entrepreneurship component of C4C programmes through the introduction of new income generating activities and