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The effects of crop raiding on household food security in the Albertine rift : a case study of Queen Elizabeth National Park, western Uganda
We examined the effects of crop raiding by wild animals on household food security of the people in two sub counties adjacent to Queen Elizabeth National Park in Western Uganda. Data were collected from 541 households using ...
Economics of land degradation in mid-hills of Mt. Elgon watershed, Eastern Uganda
(J. Soil Nature, 2010-07-15)
Mixed cropping systems for sustainable domestic food supply of the smallholder farming communities in Nakasongola District, Central Uganda
(Online Science Publishing, 2018-07-31)
Poverty alleviation and food security are the most important national priorities in Uganda. Development of agricultural technologies to improve rural livelihood through sustainable increase in production on crop, animal, ...
Biophysical and socio-economic factors that determine the performance of community forestry projects: perspectives from Mayuge and Mutai Plantation Forest Reserves, Eastern Uganda
(Online Science Publishing, 2018-06-29)
This paper investigates the socioeconomic factors that determine the performance of community forestry projects in Uganda. The socioeconomic analysis was done to evaluate the relationship between community participation ...
Non-timber forest products markets: actors and income determinants
Trade in non-timber forest products (NTFP) is important in enhancing livelihoods of communities adjacent to forests. However, knowledge about actors and NTFP income determinants in Uganda is scanty. Yet this information ...