September Commodity Market report

The produce market at Busia border post registered very high demand for beans at the opening of September, however, supply was low. Only 200Mt of assorted beans varieties were traded daily throughout the first week of September. Yellow and sugar beans were preferred by...

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New beans harvest in Uganda.

Newly harvested beans were received in major markets. In Kampala, new yellow beans were offered at Ugx.3500-3600/kg while old stock was offered slightly cheaper. Short Nambale variety sold at Ugx.3500-3600/kg, Large Nambale beans cost Ugx.3200-3300/kg. Rosecoco beans sold at Ugx.3000-3200/kg and Masavu (sugar beans)...

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Fish price declines.

In the fish market, it was reported that the fish price especially for Nile Perch declined to Ugx.6500-7000/kg at the three major fish distribution centres in town of Kireka, Bwayise and Busega. Traders attribute the increased supply to the strict laws of catching only...

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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...

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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...

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Market Research and Market Linkages

Self Help Uganda, Under the Seed enterprise development project (SEED) and the Climate change by Bee keeping project (CAB), provided Farmgain Africa with funds and implemented a training on Market information, data collection, computation, analysis and dissemination for SHA staff and enumerators from 8...

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