Improved food crop marketing through appropriate transport for poor farmers in Uganda. Baseline study based on Participatory Rural Appraisals and Household Questionnaire Surveys in Nine Sub-counties of Iganga, Kasese, and Katakwi Districts.

This is the final report from a baseline study on crop marketing and appropriate transport for poor farmers in Uganda

Abstract

This study is part of a 1 year project - Improved Food Crop Marketing through Appropriate Transport for Poor Farmers in Uganda funded through the DFID Crop Post-Harvest Programme. The project purpose is to develop and promote strategies that will improve food security of poor households through increased availability and improved quality of food and better access to markets.

Citation

Kleih, U.; Karia, C.; Kwamusi, P.; Iga, H.; Smith, D.; Dunkerley, C.; O’Neill, D. Improved food crop marketing through appropriate transport for poor farmers in Uganda: Baseline study based on Participatory Rural Appraisals and Household Questionnaire Surveys in Nine Sub-counties of Iganga, Kasese, and Katakwi Districts, Report No 2734, NRI, UK. (May 2003 ), 168 pp.

Improved food crop marketing through appropriate transport for poor farmers in Uganda. Baseline study based on Participatory Rural Appraisals and Household Questionnaire Surveys in Nine Sub-counties of Iganga, Kasese, and Katakwi Districts.

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