2018

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 government institutions, farmers, local government , CSOs, PSOs and development partners. It is always assumed that the processes involved in …

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Jack Fruit Value Chain Analysis in Uganda

The study on value chain analysis of Jackfruit was based on the potential benefits of Jackfruit in Uganda that have not been exploited maximumly along the production chain to address all the social, cultural, economic, medical and other aspects surrounding Jackfruit production. The study was conducted to facilitate advocacy activities for product value addition and …

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A Documentation Of Irrigation Systems for Farmers in Uganda

Leveraging Small and Medium Holder Farmers’ Choice of Irrigation Technologies The study on irrigation systems in Uganda was conducted to document information regarding irrigation technology being used by farmers/beneficiary and their general understanding of the technology. The findings form a basis for accurate and latest trends related to demand, consumer behavior, growth opportunities and the …

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