Enhancing nutrition security and incomes through adding value to indigenous vegetables in East and Central Uganda

Title: Enhancing nutrition security and incomes through adding value to indigenous vegetables in East and Central Uganda. Partners: Uganda Christian University, FARMGAIN AFRICA, CHAIN UGANDA, Natural Resources Institute / University of Greenwich UK Duration: September 2014 – September 2017 Funding: € 250,000 Funded by EU through Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA) under the Promotion of African…

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Farmgain – NAWOU collaboration: Economic Justice for Women Through their Agency and Organization Project

Farmgain Africa together with the National Association of Women Organisations in Uganda (NAWOU) is to provide services pertaining to the capacity development of 26 women organisations in 13 Subcounties of Luwero District in the following: Farming as a business Good farming practices, Energy harnessing, Value addition and capturing Access to markets and market information NAWOU…

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CAPCA and CARITAS MADDO

CAPCA is the development arm of the Central Archdiocesan Province and is currently implementing CAPCA III project, a market oriented agricultural development intervention. The project covers seven agencies in the districts of Wakiso, Mpigi, Butambala, Mukono, Nakaseke, Luweero, Rakai, Bukomansimbi and Mubende districts. The project targets a total of 26 farmers Associations comprising 6,480 households…

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Humid Tropics Program

In August 2015, Farmgain Africa Ltd. together with partners in the Humidtropics innovation platform in Kiboga and Kyankwanzi district successfully facilitated a negotiation between an institutional buyer (ARUWE) and farmer groups to purchase soybean which had been grown by farmers in the first Season of 2015. This is a major breakthrough in our market linkage…

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(CAPCA) Central Archdiocesan Province of Caritas Association

Commodity market identification and Market Linkages via SMS Platform. CAPCA granted Farmgain Africa granted funds to carry out a training intended to equip CAPCA staff and partners with practical skills required to establish and operate a community based market information system in their localities. The training workshop had 28 participants Currently 496 CAPCA lead farmers…

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