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Our vision is to have empowered self-reliant small scale farmers

EAC Smallholder farmers proposed 5 key investment areas that would transform farmers livelihood and lead to greater economic growth

Smallholder agriculture continues to play a key role in the agriculture which is a priority policy objective of the East African Community (EAC) since its establishment. East African governments consider ...

EMPOWERING WOMEN AND GIRLS FOR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Women in Uganda comprise more than 70 percent of the agriculture labor force with a major contribution to national GDP estimated at 22% yet the resultant profits are hardly aggregated ...

ESAFF Uganda Annual Report 2017

The year 2017 has been a remarkable year for ESAFF Uganda as an organization as we celebrate our 15th year since our establishment and therefore this annual report covers the ...

Report for 2nd EAC Agriculture Budget Summit 2016

The summit had presentations on the country progress on the implementation of the Malabo Declaration (Progress, challenges, lessons learnt and recommendations). Key analysis and findings on Public Investment in agriculture ...

Why Government should preserve Indigenous Climate Change Adaptation Practices by Small Scale Farmers in Uganda

The indigenous adaptation practices often increase productivity as well as forming a basis for coping with climate change. Integration of indigenous knowledge in climate forecasts works well as it helps ...

Enhancing indigenous practices in climate change adaptation among small scale farmers in Soroti and Mubende district

ESAFF Uganda commissioned a study on Indigenous Practices to Climate Change adaptation by Small Scale Farmers in Mubende and Soroti districts. The overall objective of the study was to assess ...

About ESAFF

ESAFF Uganda is a small scale farmer initiated and farmer-led movement formed to facilitate processes through which smallholder farmers’ development concerns can be solicited, articulated and ultimately addressed through local, national, regional and international policies and programmes.

ESAFF Uganda Office

Physical Address
Plot 266, Muvule Avenue, Buye – Ntinda, Kampala
P.O Box 34420 Kampala – UGANDA
Telephone: +256-414-699623


We are social
Facebook: ESAFF Uganda
Twitter: @ESAFFUG
YouTube Channel: ESAFF Uganda TV
Write to the National Coordinator
Ms. Nancy M. Walimbwa
Email: coordinator@esaffuganda.org

Twitter feeds

Fri Oct 30 13:04:33 +0000 2020 RT @pelum_uganda: #AgroecologyUg Small scale farmers from all regions of the country are exhibiting various indigenous foods. #AgroecologyU…   read more
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Fri Oct 30 13:04:06 +0000 2020 RT @IthilebuRobert: Baliraine Hakim: The sector is a significant economic activity for over 64% of the households in Uganda. 7% in industry…   read more
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