Uganda Agribusiness Alliance

The mission of UAA is to unify and engage key agricultural value chain actors in developing a competitive, sustainable and inclusive agribusiness sector in Uganda through constructive dialogue, innovation, entrepreneurship and partnerships. Uganda Technology and Management University (UTAMU) registered a formal partnership with Uganda Agribusiness Alliance (UAA) on 13th September 2015 with an aim of empowering the agribusiness industry in Uganda by building capacity through training, research and innovations. The collaboration among other areas covers; knowledge management, joint research and training, ICT tools development and other business projects all purposed to build a competitive, resilient and profitable agribusiness sector.

Acronym: UAA

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Projects

ordered by most recently added

  • Wakiso Epicenter

    A project from 5 different sectors in Uganda by The Hunger Project

    Throughout Africa, The Hunger Project s Epicenter Strategy mobilizes the population of a cluster of villages within a 10km radius to create an epicenter, or a center from which community-led development emanates... Learn more

    Last updated July 19, 2018

  • Namayumba Epicenter

    A project from 5 different sectors in Uganda by The Hunger Project

    Throughout Africa, The Hunger Project s Epicenter Strategy mobilizes the population of a cluster of villages within a 10km radius to create an epicenter, or a center from which community-led development emanates... Learn more

    Last updated July 19, 2018

  • Mpigi Epicenter

    A project from 5 different sectors in Uganda by The Hunger Project

    Throughout Africa, The Hunger Project s Epicenter Strategy mobilizes the population of a cluster of villages within a 10km radius to create an epicenter, or a center from which community-led development emanates... Learn more

    Last updated July 19, 2018

  • Mbarara Epicenter

    A project from 5 different sectors in Uganda by The Hunger Project

    Throughout Africa, The Hunger Project s Epicenter Strategy mobilizes the population of a cluster of villages within a 10km radius to create an epicenter, or a center from which community-led development emanates... Learn more

    Last updated July 18, 2018

  • Mbale Epicenter

    A project from 5 different sectors in Uganda by The Hunger Project

    Throughout Africa, The Hunger Project s Epicenter Strategy mobilizes the population of a cluster of villages within a 10km radius to create an epicenter, or a center from which community-led development emanates... Learn more

    Last updated July 18, 2018

  • Kiringente Epicenter

    A project from 5 different sectors in Uganda by The Hunger Project

    Throughout Africa, The Hunger Project s Epicenter Strategy mobilizes the population of a cluster of villages within a 10km radius to create an epicenter, or a center from which community-led development emanates... Learn more

    Last updated July 19, 2018

  • Kenshunga Epicenter

    A project from 5 different sectors in Uganda by The Hunger Project

    Throughout Africa, The Hunger Project s Epicenter Strategy mobilizes the population of a cluster of villages within a 10km radius to create an epicenter, or a center from which community-led development emanates... Learn more

    Last updated August 15, 2018

  • Iganga Epicenter

    A project from 5 different sectors in Uganda by The Hunger Project

    Throughout Africa, The Hunger Project s Epicenter Strategy mobilizes the population of a cluster of villages within a 10km radius to create an epicenter, or a center from which community-led development emanates... Learn more

    Last updated July 18, 2018

  • Bulamagi Epicenter

    A project from 5 different sectors in Uganda by The Hunger Project

    Throughout Africa, The Hunger Project s Epicenter Strategy mobilizes the population of a cluster of villages within a 10km radius to create an epicenter, or a center from which community-led development emanates... Learn more

    Last updated July 18, 2018