The Kyoga Wild Project
KyogaWild sustainable fish project has three main objectives: to promote a sustainable fishery in Lake Kyoga,a lasting development of the fishing communities and to offer the global consumers a healthy and delicious product

Uganda Fish Processors and Exporters Association
Greenfields has been an exceptionally active member of the Uganda Fish Processors and Exporters Association (UFPEA). The Managing Director, Mr. Philip Borel, is a founding member, and accepted the responsibility of chairmanship of UFPEA from its inception in 1992 until 2001.

Greenfields views its strong business relationship with ANOVA FOOD B.V. and ANOVA FOOD INC. as an important asset. This forms a firm basis for creative development of a range of new and value added products.

Uganda Investment Authority
The Uganda Investment Authority, a one-stop center for both local and international investors in Uganda, has been more of a partner than an authority vis-à-vis Greenfields.

The sustainability of the Lake’s resources rests not only on responsible fishing practices but also on environmentally sound production. To this effect, Greenfields has conducted a comprehensive environmental audit of its operations and is interacting with Uganda’s National Environmental Management Authority and the newly opened “Cleaner Production Centre” to fulfill its pledge of respecting the environment through clean production. Greenfields has also adopted as an absolute priority to safeguard the future of the resources of Lake Victoria. It adamantly excludes processing of immature fish.

The Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization
Is an institution of the East African Community with an expanded mandate to manage fisheries and aquaculture within the EAC.

Internationally Accredited Laboratory. ensures food quality control, including all activities carried out to ensure the quality and safety of the food at all stages of the food supply chain from primary production, through processing and storage, to distribution.

East African Industrial Fishing and Fish Processors Association.
This is an umbrella of the following associations. (TIFPA-Tanzania, AFIPEK – Kenya AND UFPEA- Uganda).

The National Fisheries Resources Research Institute is one of the six Public Agricultural Research Institutes of Uganda established by The National Agricultural Research Act 2005.

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