The core mandate for the network is to undertake projects which are themed around the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and the AU’s Agenda 2063 goals. UCP SARNet Africa Projects is categorized to include:
Social enterprises are businesses that tackle social and environmental problems. These businesses create jobs and generate income like other businesses, but instead of channeling profits to owners, profits are reinvested to support social mission. In doing this, people’s lives are improved. The network in its small way provides social entrepreneurs with:
#1 . Training
#2 . Business consulting and mentoring
#3 . Access to funding and investment opportunities
Agribusiness refers to economic activities derived from or connected to farm products. In other words, crop production, as well as crop processing, transportation and distribution. Agriculture and all of its economic, social, and demographic derivative. This sector has an impact on practically all Sustainable Development. Projects carried out are also designed around this theme.
The network carries out researches that will help the government and society to make decisions and also provide insight to prospective investors of community development to easily design projects to support business and development in communities
Science and technology are extremely important in our daily life because they make our life simpler, faster and more secure. Projects themed around this subjects aims at improving community growth in areas such as health, education and infrastructure.
Advocacy and social change are at the heart of what we do at UCP SARNet Africa, whether working to achieve the UN’s SDGs or to ensure the realization of the AU’s Agenda 2063 goals. Monitoring and evaluating advocacy and social change initiatives to draw lessons from complex processes of change.