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Welcome, Here Is More About AFI


AFI envisions an inclusive community where all members are active and part of the development process to enhance a socially cohesive society.   


To empower and transform livelihoods of the most disadvantaged, at risk of exclusion or excluded youth, women and elders to be part of community development to enhance inclusive development and build a socially cohesive society


 To promote the educational right for local youth who are excluded or at the verge of being excluded from attaining education.

 To equip disadvantaged and at risk young people and women with effective entrepreneurship skills, business skills and financial support for startup businesses to promote their integration in community development for social inclusion.

 To prepare and facilitate event platforms for positive campaigns, social and economic empowerment of at risk youth, women and elders to promote social inclusion.

To promote access to information especially to the youth to fight exclusion in access to information that is important for community development.

We enhance development for the excluded

AFI deploys a unique framework of Research-Identify-Intervene-Include (RIII) 

  Research – carry out research in the community to identify the most disadvantaged among vulnerable groups in the community. 

  Identify- identify the most disadvantaged or at risk individuals and also identify their interests so as to integrate them in development of the community 

  Intervene- Intervention through AFI projects under the general AFI mission 

  Include- Promote inclusion of the identified project beneficiaries in development and the community to promote inclusion in the community and social cohesion.

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What We Do
Help the youth

The most disadvantaged and at risk of exclusion or excluded youth that AFI identified or target include:

• Young women and men with very low formal education (lower than Primary seven) this tantamount to social exclusion among their peers. AFI considers education a key to social equality and those with low formal education need alternative approaches.

• Young women and men who have dropped out or are at the verge of dropping out from school

(Primary and O level) due to lack of school fees, books, pens etc. Early School leaving leads to

educational exclusion which contributes to social exclusion. International labour Organization

(ILO) acknowledges that early school leaving increases the risk of prolonged unemployment,

low-skilled and poorly paid employment, and social and economic marginalization

• Young men and women who would like to attain secondary school education, but the schools

are very far and spend long hours walking to school these are at high risk of education exclusion.

• Young men and women from the poorest families in the community who have shown signs of

entrepreneurship / established own-account start-up small businesses but are struggling to due

constraints like lack of business management skills, financial constraints etc.


Dedicated staff

Projects Completed

Born in agalibu opolot a primary seven pupil does casual labour to pay for his fees 

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Opolot Emmanuel Pupil

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Aliabo harriet Project Manager


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Asege Stelaa Ritah Software Engineer