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Potential determinants of profits and market efficiency of potato market chains in Uganda
(Emerald Publishing Limited, 2017)
Purpose – The study aimed at understanding the level of inefficiencies in the potato market chain. Farmers sell potato to traders but continue to complain of limited market access and low profits. The purpose of this paper ...
Tracing Uganda’s global primary organic pineapple value chain
(African Crop Science Society, 2016)
The organic sector is one of the fastest growing sectors globally. The sector provides an opportunity for developing countries to export high value products in the global market. One such opportunity for Uganda is the ...
Households’ responsiveness to government ban on polythene carrier bags in Uganda
(American Research Institute for Policy Development, 2015)
Polythene carrier bags have become common in Uganda largely due to their desirable properties that are considered convenient by consumers. They have, however, turned out to be a big nuisance and threatening the environment ...
Dis-adoption of household biogas technologies in Central Uganda
The study analyses dis-adoption of biogas technologies in Central Uganda. Biogas technology makes use of livestock waste, crop material and food waste to produce a flammable gas that can be used for cooking and lighting. Use ...
Factors enhancing household nutrition outcomes in potato value chain in South-Western Uganda
(Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2017)
In Uganda, agricultural commercialization has been promoted to reduce poverty and improve household food security. South-western Uganda, the major producer of potato, has been considered the food basket of the country but ...