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Adaptation to the impact of climate variability on food and health security in the cattle corridor of Uganda


Uganda, Sub-Saharan Africa  Show on interactive map

Active from:

Jun 2010 to Jun 2012

Implementing organisation(s):

Africa Innovation Institute and Makerere University

Contact persons:

Julius Nyangaga


This project is being implemented by the Africa Innovation Institute, in collaboration with the School of Women and Gender Studies, Department of Geography, the Medical School and School of Veterinary Medicine Makerere University, and Gulu University in Uganda. The purpose of the project is to contribute to improved food and health security and environmental sustainability in the Nakaseke and Nakasongola districts. This is being done by developing and enhancing community-based climate variability adaptation initiatives and supportive policy measures to specifically improve food and health security among rural communities in the Ugandan cattle corridor.


Comment from Libby Abbott on 5/7/2012
Hello, I work for Innovations for Poverty Action, a development research group specializing in RCTs. I am based in Kampala, Uganda and am working on a project to provide M&E support to NGOs in Uganda and abroad. We are looking for NGOs who are conducting Outcome Mapping of their interventions so that we might write a case study of this method. Please let me know if we can be in touch. I would love to hear more about your work and the results of your project and OM. Libby




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