3 edition of evaluation of Uganda"s plan for modernization of agriculture (PMA) using the right-to-adequate-food (RAF) and sustainable co-existence (SCE) approaches found in the catalog.
evaluation of Uganda"s plan for modernization of agriculture (PMA) using the right-to-adequate-food (RAF) and sustainable co-existence (SCE) approaches
by African Research and Documentation Centre, Uganda Martyrs University in Kampala
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 33-34).
|Series||Mtafiti Mwafrika monograph series -- no. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||2008346784|
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Agricultural advancement is necessary for improving the supply of raw materials for the agro-based industries especially in developing countries. The shortage of agricultural goods has its impact upon on industrial production and a consequent increase in the general price level. It will impede the growth of the country’s economy. Search text. Search type Research Explorer Website Staff directory. Alternatively, use our A–Z indexAuthor: Philip Woodhouse, G Bahiigwa, Daniel Rigby, I Shinyekwa, D Howlett.
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Executive Summary. Focus of the Evaluation The Plan for Modernisation of Agriculture, PMA, is a framework which sets out the strategic vision and principles upon which interventions to address poverty eradication through transformation of the agricultural sector can be developed. An evaluation of Uganda's plan for Modernization of Agriculture (PMA) using the Right-to-Adequate-Food (RAF) and Sustainable Co-Existance (SCE) approachesAuthor: R Munyonyo.
Monitoring and Evaluation of Uganda's Plan for the Modernisation of Agriculture January to December Development of a framework, in consultation with stakeholders.
Evaluating the plan for the modernisation of agriculture, Uganda. Denmark's development cooperation, Danida, contracted us to undertake an evaluation of the Plan for Modernisation of Agriculture (PMA) in Uganda. Share this page.
The evaluation report provided the basis for the fourth joint (government and donor) review of the PMA in September agriculture will also entail significant land reforms that will provide security of property, develop land markets and increase efficient use of land and investments. Plan for Modernisation of Agriculture: Eradicating Poverty in UgandaFile Size: KB.
UGANDA: AGRICULTURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW Febru M&E Monitoring and evaluation MAAIF Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry, and Fishery MoFPED Ministry of Finance, Planning, and Economic Development PMA Plan for Modernization of Agriculture.
part of the strategy for implementing GOU's Plan for Modernisation of Agriculture (PMA). It has been the desire of GOU that the AAMP be a joint donor effort in support of what has become GOU's agricultural "master plan".
Consequently, GOU requested the Bank's participation in the financing of the programme. IFAD. Unlike many other SSC host countries, Uganda is food secure, meaning that most people have a varied diet and enough food to eat. However, the country will soon face considerable challenges.
Uganda is home to 31 million people, a population that has tripled since The Agriculture Sector Strategic Plan (ASSP) is the flagship plan for investment and development of the agricultural sector, in line with the National Development Plan to be implemented through a multi-sector wide approach involving the Government of Uganda, Ministries, Departments and Agencies of Government, District Local Governments.
UGANDA’S READINESS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AGENDA National Planning Authority Planning House, Clement Hill Road Plot 17B P.O. Box Kampala - Uganda Tel: + Fax: + 1st July THEME: ENSURING THAT NO ONE IS LEFT BEHIND REVIEW REPORT ON UGANDA’S READINESS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF File Size: 2MB. The PMA Secretariat said that the plan has started to tackle obstacles to modernization of agriculture from different angles.
Recently, the country's parliament approved an agricultural research. derives its mandate from the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda and the National Development Plan. BACKGROUND Importance of agriculture 5.
Agriculture has been and continues to be the most important sector in Uganda’s economy because it employs the largest proportion, percent in. weakness in the PMA framework and addressed them in this five year Agricultural Sector Development Strategy and Investment Plan (DSIP) /11 – /15 which is in line with the agricultural priorities in the National Development Plan (NDP) and aims to contribute to achievement of Prosperity for All (PFA) development objectives.
Minister Of Agriculture, Animal Industry And Fisheries Œ Uganda Distinguished chairman and members of the Advisory Committee for the research project on Policies for Improved Land Management in Uganda, the project lead scientist, Dr.
John Pender from IFPRI HQ- Washington D.C., Development Partners and otherFile Size: KB. This paper applies the framework for pro-poor analysis to welfare changes from a CGE-microsimulation model to analyze what are the better or worse models for agriculture modernization, and to estimate the contribution of growth and redistribution to changes in poverty in DRC.
The findings indicate that labor-using technological change generates Cited by: 4. Farmer’s Handbook on Basic Agriculture. Change in pest and disease scenario due to climate change. • Due to increase in rainfall: Pests like bollworm, red hairy caterpillar and leaf spot diseases may to increase in temperature: Suck- ing pests such as mites and leaf miner may in- crease.
MASTER’S DEGREE IN PROJECT MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF UGANDA TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT UNIVERSITY SEPTEMBER ii NDP National Development Plan NARO National Agricultural Research Organization CAIIP Community Agricultural Infrastructural Improvement ProjectFile Size: KB.
Ugandas agriculture sector contributes about 20% to national GDP, employs 73% of the population and contributes 48% of export revenue, the sector is seen as a key driver for growth and poverty reduction.
The commitments of Ugandas CAADP compact are in line with the National Development Plan (NDP). pma uganda pdf Of Agriculture PMA, Ugandas heavy reliance on rain-fed agriculture is a primary Organization: PMA Secretariat, Ministry of Agriculture, Animal.
Uganda has an NRDS, which was prepared through extensive consultations Plan for Modernization for Agriculture PMA. Although agriculture is the mainstay of Uganda’s economy, the sector has been facing many challenges. Drought and pest epidemics are among the top climate related risks facing the sector.
Other challenges include poor farming practices, low value addition to agricultural produce, limited market access and weak implementation of agricultural laws. Monitoring and Evaluation Indicators for the Plan for the Modernization of Agriculture. Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference Author: Philip Woodhouse, G Bahiigwa, Daniel Rigby, I Shinyekwa, D Howlett.Uganda Food and Nutrition Policy, 14 (viii) to ensure effective control over the quality, safety and efficacy of food supplements.
(ix) to develop guidelines for the .and Despite the introduction of the Plan for the Modernization of Agriculture, there has been little structural transformation, and agriculture contributes 24 per cent to GDP (/09) despite employing 73 per cent of the labour force.
Uganda also lags behind other countries in the region with regard to infrastructure provision, with, forFile Size: KB.