About Us

Welcome To Regenerate Africa

Regenerate Africa is a non-profit organization that contributes to the acceleration of Africa’s transition to a regenerative economy. Our emphases are on the creation of regenerative food and land management, developing climate and green energy solutions that work for localized communities, boosting ESG outcomes, and strengthening Sexual and reproductive health and rights across Africa.
  • Our Vision

    We envision an Africa where human choices ensure a regenerative economy for the benefit of people and nature, and for a sustainable future.

  • Our Mission

    Our mission is to support increased adoption of regenerative human development approaches across Africa by building strategic partnerships, cultivating key initiatives as they relate to ESG, SRHR, and land management, leading to healthier people, environment, climate, communities and sustainable livelihoods.

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Our Work

What We Are Doing


Our Trees, Our Heroes

Uganda is losing 50,147 hectares of forest cover annually, equivalent to 8.2 million tonnes of CO₂ per annum. At this rate, Uganda will have lost most of its forests by 2050. This marathon aimed to raise awareness of the importance of trees and mobilize support for the conservation of forests. Deforestation not only destroys the natural habitat of many species but also threatens the air we breathe, therefore a call to action is essential, and that call to action is “Our Trees, Our Heroes" Marathon Run.

Research shows that collectively, humanity is using resources 1.8 times
faster than what the planet’s bio capacity can regenerate,

The Earth has warmed
almost 0.9 degrees Celsius (1.6 degrees Fahrenheit) since the world hit the 4 billion mark in 1974.

Sample According to the U.N., the population in sub-Saharan Africa is growing at 2.5% per year — more than
three times the global average.Text

World Bank in 2021 revealed that as many as 12 million
people, or 11 per cent of the population could move within Uganda because of slow onset climate
factors, without concrete climate and development action by 2050.

According to the UN, just eight countries are expected to account for 50% of the population growth over the next 30 years. Five are in Africa: the Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria and Tanzania.
we are using resources 1.8 times faster than what the planet’s bio capacity can regenerate, meaning we would need two planets to sustain the demands of our current population without destroying nature.

Our Goals

To promote, facilitate and accelerate the African transition to a regenerative economy for the purpose of restoring climate stability, ending hunger, and rebuilding deteriorated ecological


To develop and implement action that contributes to broad climate resilience of communities, their environment-dependent livelihoods, and ecosystems

To enhance rights-based and socially-inclusive approaches to conservation for effective natural resource management, community wellbeing and biodiversity

To advance practical nature-based solutions and enterprises and sustainable value chains centred on better conservation, management and restoration of Africa’s ecosystems

To promote and advance the science and practice of sustainable scaling up of programs, projects, and innovations that cut across sectors

Recent Work

Ssenyi Forest

Nalumuli Bay Ecosystem Regeneration and Restoration Project

 Nalumuli Bay Ecosystem Regeneration and Restoration Project (1000ha) The project is located in Buikwe District, Ssi-Bukunja Sub-county. The project landscape covers the whole sub-county of ...

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Kijudde Regenerative Farm

Regenerate Africa has established Kijudde Regenerative Farm – a 40ha Regenerative Farm at Kalanamu in Luweero district. The farm offers technical and data expertise, strategic ...

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Kalanamu Great Outdoors and Recreation Center

Kalanamu Forest Greater Outdoors and Recreation Center Recreating in nature and forest offers us opportunities to better connect with the earth and inspire us to ...

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Kalanamu Smart-Log Cooperative

Regenerate Africa supports sustainable extractive activities and value addition for Kalanamu SmartLog Cooperative that benefits over 100households organised in a cooperative

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Bwema Island Forest and Landscape Regeneration Project

Bwema Island Forest and Landscape Regeneration Project The project consists of investments in about 500 hectares of forests in Bwema Buvuma aimed at enhancing the ...

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Bees4Women Project Regenerate Africa has partnered with Happy Bee Honey, Action for Rural Women Empowerment, Hold Uganda, Private Natural Forest Owners and Women Beekeepers groups ...

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