Farm House Artistic Ponds Bamboo Forest

Welcome to POAF, Inspiring preservation of the environment through its sustainable use.

Our farm activities

Backyard Farming

Urban consumers learn to set up well organized  micro farms to produce  organic foods in their backyards

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The trees planted on the farm include  pine, eucalyptus, Musizi, mangoes, bamboo, avocados, oranges and jackfruit

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We have tilapia, catfish and crayfish in artistically designed fish ponds that are surrounded by leisure gardens

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Apiary

The farm keeps bees in beehives for producing honey and other honey by-products for domestic or commercial purposes.

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Flora and Fauna

The farm has over 500 different types of plants and vegetation, wild bees, fish, tree climbing squirrels

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Good farming practices lead to high yields. POAF has a demonstration farm used for training purposes

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Latest News

  • Bamboo farming

    Growing of bamboo The bamboos belong to the grasses family and are the fastest-growing plants in the world and there are over 10,000 species of bamboo. Bamboo can grow in any landscape including those that are considered degraded.  It can grow in sandy, stony and sometimes water logged areas. In our farm we grow both green bamboos (Dendrocalamus asper) and Yellow

  • Why you should visit Pearl Of Africa Farm?

    Pearl of Africa Farm (POAF) developed in the rural setting is engaged in attractive and enjoyable sustainable farming that will offer you agricultural, educational and leisure opportunities. The farm management is readily available to share with you the best practice farming ideas during your stay at the farm. The innovative and interesting farming ideas practiced

  • Preservation of herbal plants in Katubwe- Banda Uganda

    A lot of vegetation in Katubwe-Banda  has been  destroyed to free land   for  economic development activities. Some herbal plants are also dying because of environmental and  climatic  change  resulting from  human activities.  Herbal plants that normally grow in hilly areas of  Mende Hill  are being destroyed in the process of  mining   stones for construction projects.

  • Flooding and soil erosion

    At the time of clearing the swamp we were of the view that the swamp was not important to us. We learnt our lessons as a result of flooding and soil erosion. We have now adopted sustainable farming with the aim of   maintaining a healthy environment for future generations. As a result our vegetation cover