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URBANET was established in July, 2003 and registered subsequently with the Registrar Generals Department in 2005 as a local non-governmental organization with a commitment to dealing with the challenges of increasing landlessness of smallholder farmers, challenges of climate change on food and livelihood security, and the ever expanding youth population with low skills and livelihoods opportunities. Exploring the potentials and opportunities available in local communities to build community resilience based on community resources and indigenous knowledge patterns has been the key driver of the organization over the years.
MISSION: To implement interventions that build capacities of communities in securing food and nutrition in an environmentally sustainable manner
VISION: Food and nutrition security in a sustainable environment for all
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Knowing very well that development challenges and constraints are multi-facet, and multi-dimensional, URBANET, within the confines of our resources and expertise, we are mandated to work within the purview of the following thematic areas.
1.Enhanced access to quality food and environment
2.Reduced vulnerabilities of communities to climate change effects
3.Increased access of women and youth to credit for sustainable livelihoods development
4.Ensure sustainable water and sanitation management
5.Enhanced policy reforms
6.Enhanced institutional capacity of URBANET