This publication is an output from two DFID-funded projects (R8435 and R8442). The two projects: Sustainable Potato Seed-Tuber Management and Marketing through Commercialisation and Commercial Incentives For Sustainable Groundnut Multiplication are the DFID’s nine months financial support extension from April to December 2005, have been implemented by AT Uganda Ltd. in the same/ previous districts. The potato project was implemented in Kapchorwa district, and the groundnuts project was implemented in the district of Tororo, Mbale, Sironko, Pallisa, and Kumi. The emphasis has been on expanding the multiplication coverage to neighbouring sub counties and assisting the farmers groups to consolidate into sub-county level marketing associations in order to be able to capture more lucrative markets by selling in bulk.
AT Uganda Ltd., 57 pp.
Sustainable Potato Seed - Tuber Management and Marketing Through Commercialization. Final Technical Report.