- Collaborated with GIZ - RFBCP and trained 800 fishers in business development services in seven districts
- Supported some of our members to acquired legal fishing gears like boats, fishing nets, boat engines, solar dryers, life jackets among others with support from GIZ - RFBCP
- Reached out to over 125 landing sites to sensitize fishers on sustainable fishing practices, protection of breeding places and the environment.
- Registered over 10,000 new members into the association in 2021 / 2022
- Empowered more women to engage in fishing and fish trade with a significant number of women owning fishing boats.
- Contributed to formulation and review of fisheries laws in Uganda eg the fisheries and aquaculture act 2023
- Worked with government departments to reduce illegal fishing and trade practices resulting in re opening of fish processing factories that had closed.
- Supported fishers to access fair fish prices and markets at local, regional and international level.
- In July 2023 we successfully elected new AFALU leaders at national and regional level.
- Election of landing site committees is ongoing to strengthen AFALU structures.
- Extended HIV prevention, treatment, GBV and reproductive health services to fishers with support from US Embassy in Uganda
- 2,500,000 fishers engaged on sustainable fishing
- 800 fishers trained in business development services
- 10,000 members registered into the association
- 150,000 fishers reached with HIV, SRHR and GBV information