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Poster 10: Gender and sweetpotato current marketing practices in Uganda: do women and men have access to lucrative markets?

Mayanja S, Mudege N and Naziri D   A gender baseline household survey was conducted in central and eastern Uganda to assess sweetpotato current postharvest and marketing practices with an aim of identifying gender based constraints that could limit the uptake of and benefıts thereof from technologies and innovations. Data …
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PRESENTATION 1: EFFECT OF VINE HARVESTING ON ROOT AND VINE YIELD OF DIFFERENT SWEETPOTATO VARIETIES IN UGANDA

*Gerald Kyalo1, Elizabeth Akiror2, Julius Mwine2, Joseph Masereka2, Sam Namanda1, Robert O.M. Mwanga1, Peter Lule3, Ben Lukuyu3, Sarah Mayanja1 and Diego Naziri1 1International Potato Center (CIP), P.O. Box 22274, Kampala, Uganda: gerald.kyalo@cgiar.org, R.Mwanga@cgiar.org, S.Namanda@cgiar.org, S.mayanja@cgair.org, D.Naziri@cgiar.org. 2Uganda Martyrs University Nkozi, BOX 5498, Kampala, Uganda: elizabethakiror@gmail.com, mwinej@yahoo.com, 3International Livestock Research Institute …
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Guidelines for Integrating Nutrition into Agriculture Enterprise Mixes in Uganda

Guidelines for Integrating Nutrition into Agriculture Enterprise Mixes in Uganda

The Ugandan government’s Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF) has published a book titled “Guidelines for Integrating Nutrition into Agriculture Enterprise Mixes in Uganda“. The book presents a set of guidelines for promoting enterprise combinations informed by income and food security as well as nutrition considerations. Published in August 2016, …

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Guidelines for Integrating Nutrition into Agriculture Enterprise Mixes in Uganda

Guidelines for Integrating Nutrition into Agriculture Enterprise Mixes in Uganda

The guidelines for Integration into Agriculture Enterprises Mixes in Uganda is a document by the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries. These guidelines aim to direct agriculture extension and community development workers and their agents to support an enterprise mix development process that also considers nutrition.   The book is …
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Delivering and Disseminating Biofortified Crops in Uganda: Final Report January–December 2012

This is the end of the first year technical report for the project, “Delivering and Disseminating Biofortified Crops in Uganda,” which began in January 2012. During this reporting period, CIP supplied 100 clean in vitro plantlets of each of the four orange sweetpotato (OSP) varieties, Ejumula, Kabode (SPK004/6/6) and Vita (SPK004/6) to Makerere …
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Delivering and Disseminating Biofortified Crops in Uganda: Final Report January–December 2014

During the third year of the “Delivering and Disseminating Biofortified Crops in Uganda” project, the International Potato Center (CIP), in collaboration with the National Crops Resources Research Institute, planted 100 on-farm trials to evaluate six promising orange sweetpotato (OSP) clones in Rakai, Buyende, Oyam, Isingiro, and Kabale districts:1. ‘Ejumula (OP) …
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