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Nailing or Failing Uganda’s economic Future: Energy and Transport as constraints for Uganda’s economic transformation

Nailing or Failing Uganda’s economic Future: Energy and Transport as constraints for Uganda’s economic transformation

By Phionah Kanyorobe On October 1, 2018

In 1907, Winston Churchill named Uganda ‘’the pearl of Africa’’. One of the reasons was Uganda’s rich wildlife, nature and resources, which imply a huge economic potential. Some even say, that if commercially farmed, Uganda could feed the whole of...

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Irrigation for a Sustainable Agricultural Development in Uganda

By Winnie Watera On June 12, 2017

It is an undoubted fact that agriculture has the potential to contribute to sustainable and broad based economic growth in Africa. However, this promise is thwarted by the incessant reliance on nature’s rain, which unfortunately, has become precarious because of...

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Women, Land and Food Security in Uganda

By Winnie Watera On March 3, 2017

The prolonged dry spell that ravaged the country for the past months left almost 10.9million Ugandans food insecure, a joint inter-ministerial statement laid in Parliament on February 14th noted. This number is expected to rise, with 1.58 million needing food...

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