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Who we are

African Center for Trade and Development (ACTADE) was initially established in November 2000 as a technical discussion group for trade related issues. At the time, trade discussions were dominated by International negotiations and international actors, thus the need to have a domestic and indigenous voice. It was established for the purpose of influencing and facilitating the development and promotion of trade and sustainable development through generating innovative policy ideas and policy alternatives in order to address both short and long term public policy challenges in the ever changing global, regional, national and local contexts.

Our Programs

Here are our programs

Participatory Budgeting

Participatory Budgeting

Trade Empowerment

Trade Empowerment

ACTADE under this program focuses on promoting the development of domestic trade in Uganda

Climate Change Action

Climate Change Action

ACTADE under this program explores and identifies effective tools to reduce the vulnerability of the country to climate change action

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Private Sector Forum On Climate Change

Climate Change And Green Growth Discussions

Climate Change And Green Growth Discussions

Harnessing Women Efforts In Digitizing Agriculture Value Chains For Economic Development

ACTADE  supports local communities to anticipate and build resilience to impacts of climate change ensuring that marginalized groups like women, youths and persons with disability are not excluded.  The fourth PSF organized based on the observation that there existed numerous isolated efforts towards the digitization (through innovation) of various steps and levels in the Agricultural […]

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