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Factors affecting adoption of the agroforestry practices in Nebbi District, Uganda
(Makerere University, 2015-11)
Agroforestry practices are thought to have the potential to enhance farmers’ resilience to shocks including climate change. However, farmers are poorly motivated to plant trees and also face numerous challenges during tree ...
Assessment of vulnerability to water stress among communities in selected districts of the cattle corridor in Uganda
(Makerere University, 2015)
The frequency, severity and coverage of climate-induced water stress in the cattle corridor of Uganda is increasing significantly due to climate change and variability. The limited information on nature and extent of ...
Smallholder farmers' adaptation to climate variability in Nakasongola District
(Makerere University, 2015-12)
Climate change and variability are among the biggest contemporary threats to agricultural production and livelihoods in Sub Saharan Africa. As climate variability continues to manifest, the scale of the necessary adaptation ...