CropLife Uganda in collaboration with the Uganda Seed Trade Association (USTA) and UNADA have started engagement discussions to design a workplan for the three associations to consider strengthening their standing in terms of increasing the livelihood of farmers and growing in self-sustaining for effective operations and management. The 5-year project is being implemented by USAID-Feed the Future-Inclusive Agricultural market activities (IAM). The activity aims at increasing incomes and improving the livelihoods of households through agricultural led inclusive economic growth, through facilitating sustainable market improvements that create opportunities for market actors. This vision is broken into three specific objectives

  • Increase the institutional capacity of Govt of Uganda institutions and agencies.
  • Increase the institutional (leadership, management, technical, adaptive etc.) capacity of the private sector and civil society organizations.
  • Create incentives for agro-industry and agribusiness organizations to respond to changes in the agricultural market system and invest in this.

To use the support of CropLife Africa Middle East to ensure that processes are put in place to guide the suggested activities.

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