Ensuring strong urban-rural linkages
investing in urban eco-friendly and food security.
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About the Project
The project is an innovative approach by Hunger Fighters Uganda conceptualized in 2012. The project commenced with the establishment of the mushroom farming pilot project which had multiple benefits ranging from enhancing household nutrition…Read More
To promote urban agriculture research in order to develop evidence based practices and enhance information dissemination and exchange among the farmers and consumer or customers in the Kampala .Read More
The project aims at creating resilience for the urbanizing regions, districts and the rural communities.
- Farmers (Small scale and large scale farmers)
- Education Institutions
- Markets and the Business Enterprises
- Hotel and Restaurants
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The project targets individuals who work as sole in all his farming activities from land preparation financing, marketing and others.
Farmer Groups and Associations
This includes two or more farmers who may share a common goal in agricultural activity or business
Industries and food processors
These are manufacturing companies that transform agricultural produce into better products
Hotels and Restaurants
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Hotels, Restaurants and Bakeries
These are consumers of the agricultural products and offer market to most farm produce.
This edible community includes all institutions that have an agricultural component.
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Coalition, Organizations and CBOs
The None-profit sector is one important player and partner in promoting agricultural development supporting farmers.
Florence Nakulumia, 70, a resident of Musongola village in Bugiri Town Council, retired from teaching at Bugiri Primary School in 1994, she started growing maize on a half an acre.
Though the islands in Kalangala District are known for fishing as the main economic activity and recently, for production of palm oil, in Kulugulu village, Bujumba Sub County, is a 12-acre pineapple plantation.