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Pineapple Value Chain: A Comparative Study on The Profitability of Organic and Conventional Pineapple Value Chain in Uganda

Introduction Pineapple has increasingly gained importance in Uganda in the horticultural sub-sector and has been selected for export diversification and sustainable enhancement of household incomes. As a result, many farmers in most parts of the

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Leveraging Roselle-Hibiscus Production & Marketing to Increase Household Incomes for Smallholder Farmers in Uganda

This publication presents findings of the Study of Leveraging Roselle-Hibiscus Production and Marketing to Increase Household Incomes for Smallholder Farmers in Uganda. Roselle-Hibiscus is an ideal crop for developing countries if market demand is favorable.

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Okutondawo, Okuyingira Nokwenyigira munkola za Microfinance ez’Omukitundukyo mu Uganda: Farmers’ Guide (Luganda)

Ebikwata ku nkola za Microfinance ez’omubitundu Kino ekiwayi kya Microfinance ez’omubitundu kyamala dda okukasibwa mu nsi yonna nga enkola ey’amaanyi esobola okulwanyisa obwavu n’okusitula ebyenfuna by’abantu wonna. N’olwekyo okukyuusa embeera zabamufuna mpola n’abaavu, mubyensimbi n’obulamu

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Establishing, Accessing and Engaging in Local Microfinance Systems in Uganda: Farmers’ Guide

Overview of Local Microfinance Systems The microfinance industry worldwide has been recognized as instrumental tool for poverty alleviation and economic growth. Therefore, socio-economic transformation efforts of low-income and poor community have been possible through accessing

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Local Microfinance Systems & their Accessibility by Smallholder Farmers in Uganda

An Exploratory Study on local Microfinance Practices The microfinance industry worldwide has been recognized as an instrumental tool for poverty alleviation and economic growth. Therefore, socio-economic transformation efforts of low income and poor community have

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Assessment and Profiling Agrarian Policies for Stakeholders’ / Civil Society Engagements

Uganda’s Agrarian policy environment is governed by three line ministries namely MAAIF, MWE, MoFPED who are charged with policy formulation and implementation but in consultation with the relevant stakeholders and in complementarity with other relevant

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