Srop International
That's right, we only deal in 100% organic products
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Who we are

Srop international - Helping people to help themselves

Our Mission:

To Transformation Agriculture for sustainable and improved livelihood of Society.


To become the leading center for knowledge generation and innovation in promoting food security and value addition in Uganda and other countries through research and knowledge sharing, vital for sustainable agriculture and development

Our Objectives:
  • Sensitizing people on how to make money from plants – both domestic and wild- via value addition.
  • Promotion of food security through proper agronomic practice.
  • Enhancement of Agricultural products marketing.
  • Integration of national policies of gender and environment in agriculture for sustainable development.
  • Extension of technical advice on starting viable agro based enterprises for Household income generation.

What are you waiting for?
Join us today.

You can become part of the Organic Farmers Network'today and enjoy benefits that come with it

How the organic network works


You come to our offices for organic farming training.


Once you have started we visit your farm and guide you.


We help you find market for your organic produce.

Meet our experts
Sam Ssegirinya
Executive Director
Josephine Nanyombi
Client Relations Manager
Julius kato
Public Relations Manager
Ramathan Nsobya
Monitoring & Evaluation Officer
Victoria Nakyagaba
Finance Manager
Frequently Asked Questions
Organic farming is agriculture that makes healthy food, healthy soils, healthy plants, and healthy environments a priority, along with crop productivity. ... Organic production systems do not use genetically modified (GM) seed, synthetic pesticides or fertilizers.
A very important part of the process-based regulatory framework is the prohibition of certain methods in organic production and handling. Methods like irradiation, sewage sludge, and genetic engineering are all expressly prohibited from being used when growing or processing organic foods.
With organic farming, the farmer need not have to bear the burden of expensive chemicals on their pockets. "If you have two cows, you can handle six-10 acres of the farm. If you have one cow, then you can handle five acres of land, no manure is needed.
Organic farming can be up to 35% more profitable than conventional agriculture
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