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Uganda hosts first CRAFT climate seminar for Financial Institutions and Service Providers

  CRAFT TARGETS • Increasing productivity and income for 300,000 smallholder farmers; • Improving business performance for 50 agribusiness SMEs and 30 cooperatives (of which at least 25% are managed by women and/or youth); • Climate resilient sustainable food production practiced on 600,000 hectares. Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | With …

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Dairy is the new coffee

  The dairy sector in transformation in Southwest Uganda NEWS ANALYSIS | RINUS VAN KLINKEN | Coffee has for a long time dominated the political, economic and social landscape in Uganda. Government policies, programming and budgeting is geared to supporting the coffee sector to propel the economy. However, a quiet …

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SNV targets improved life for 20 million in Strategic Plan 2019-2022

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT |  SNV has in its new  4-year strategic plan outlined an ambitious goal to improve the quality of life of 20 million people while contributing to systems change in the agriculture, energy and WASH sectors in at least 21 countries including Uganda. The plan entitled ‘Local know-how …

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SNV hailed as AGDI Dairy Farm launches modern milking parlour

Kiruhura, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Celebrated dairy farmer (Rtd) Colonel Dick Bugingo has hailed SNV Uganda and the Netherlands Embassy Kampala for supporting private sector initiatives which are critical for the economic development of the sector. Bugingo, Western Uganda’s Best Farmer 2014, made the remarks November 26 when his AGDI dairy …

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NSENYI PS: From pilot school to nutrition hub

Kasese, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Nsenyi Primary School in Kasese has become a functional nutrition hub, three years after it embraced the SNV Sustainable Nutrition for All (SN4A) project in 2015. With its newly acquired status, the pilot school has now become a demonstration site where community members come for …

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