Membership & Registration
Individual membership is open to professionals in AEAS provision.
Institutional membership for institutions that contribute directly to Agricultural Extension and Advisory Services while Associate and honorary membership is for other institutions and persons who are not directly involved in AEAS provision but subscribe to UFAAS objectives.
Honorary membership is for those who are recognized as greatly contributing to UFAAS and AEAS in general.
Registration can be done on the AEAS e-Registration Portal at https://aeas-uganda.org/. The registration forms upload into a database of all national AEAS stakeholders/actors, which we are compiling and make sure you do not miss the chance of being part of this initiative. Also visit this website regularly as a lot of useful materials.
Information will be posted often. You can also request for guidance either through email@example.com, or contact the Focal Person at +256 776801091, or visit the focal point desk at the AFAAS Secretariat at Plot 22A Nakasero Road next to Umoja House.
The membership fees are as follows:
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The fees can be paid directly to the Focal Person of UFAAS at the AFAAS Secretariat (Plot 22A Nakasero Road) or deposited direct to the Uganda Shillings Account No. 01063501318146 in DFCU Bank, in the names ofUganda Forum for Agricultural Advisory Services. For those who would like to pay in dollars the account No. is 02063501318164, under the same name.
- After paying, just bring or scan the copy of the pay slip and send.
- Whatever the method of payment, always ensure that you get an authenticated UFAAS receipt.
For the upcountry members, a scanned copy of the receipt can be sent after confirming payment.
Virtual Social Networking Platform:
AFAAS (the continental Forum) established a virtual social networking platform for AEAS actors from member countries, to interact and discuss different issues. The platform also has a function where members ask questions which are debated or referred to experts on the particular topic for a response. The Uganda page is http://networking.afaas-africa.org/ufaas and we encourage members to utilize it as much as possible.
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