Our Profile

For a better future.

African Youth Peasants Developers

is a youth found and managed youth developmental charity Non-Governmental organization, first conceived as a community based organization in 2009, focused as a youth welfare and community services organization incorporating the arts. With growth of membership to over 200 members, we registered with Kampala capital council authority (KCCA) and the registrar of companies with certificate of incorporation (as a company limited by guarantee) to operate in Uganda. . AYPD youths took initiative to embark on goals and program development, and sought the intervention of Prince Golooba Emmanuel Lumansi, and his grandfather, Prince David Alexandra Ssimbwa who offered 200 acres of land in Kyagwe (Mukono District). Their support and devotion towards youth development moved them to offer a resource which serves as our initial capital for agricultural development plans and production with value addition.


  • Supporting the effectiveness, efficiency, quality and relevance of youth work across the region.
  • To encourage engagement in community services by the youths, promoting the urge of making a difference and leaving a trail in their communities.
  • To be the lead youth organization in transforming youth society from peasantry.
  • To increase opportunities for the young people, securing additional resources and activities by proactively seeking support and funding from a range of partners to enable support innovative and collaborative working.
  • To facilitate and support empowerment activities for the young people across the region enabling them to have a say in local and national policy and service delivery.
  • To encourage, link and facilitate networking between AYPED and private, voluntary sectors.
  • To enable the optimum strategic understanding of the youth work developments and share best practices in delivery.
  • To provide professional support, training and workforce development, guidance for professional working with young people to support the effective management and effective delivery of services.
  • To provide expertise information, leadership and support so that the local authorities and development partners are effectively informed to determine future direction of youth work and development.