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Synthesis of an evaluation survey in seven sub-counties of Lira, Apac and Soroti districts

Synthesis of an evaluation survey in seven sub-counties of Lira, Apac and Soroti districts

Kleih, Ulrich, Okoboi, Geofrey, Janowski, Monica, Omony, Godfrey, Taiwo, Benson and Bisase, Dennis (2005) Synthesis of an evaluation survey in seven sub-counties of Lira, Apac and Soroti districts. Technical Report. Natural Resources Institute, Chatham, UK.

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Additional Information: [1] Acknowledgements: The authors of this report would like to thank the members of the communities of Lira, Apac and Soroti Districts for their contributions to this evaluation survey. We are grateful to the Sub-County survey teams for their efforts in collecting the field data for this study and preparing preliminary reports which have been used for the compilation of this document. The field survey teams included the following: Dokolo Sub-county: Ms Cecilia Agang, Mr Okello A.J., Mr Nobert Adupa; Kwera Sub-county: Mr Emmanuel Odongo, Rev. Jimmy Agang Okello, and Ms Betty Ajwang; Adekokwok Sub-county: Ms Kezia E. Oteng, Mr Olet Godfrey, Mr Olet Tom, Mr Patrick Joe Ayogang; Akalo Sub-county: Mr Geoffrey Anyach, DETREC; Aduku Sub-county: Mr Sylvano Afai, DETREC; Gweri and Kamuda Sub-counties: Mr Godfrey Omony, AT (U) and two local NAADS extension officers. The survey teams in Lira and Apac were co-ordinated by Dr Jacob Oweta, Production Coordinator Lira District, with back-up from Dr Bernard Otim Ogong, NAADS Coordinator, Lira District, and Mr Taiwo Benson Moses, Foodnet Market Information Officer. We are grateful to our project partners Dr Willie Odwongo and Mr Tom Mugisa, both of the PMA Secretariat, and Dr Shaun Ferris, formerly IITA-Foodnet and now CIAT, for their continued support throughout this project. The efforts made by the two radio stations Radio Lira and Voice of Teso in broadcasting project material are gratefully acknowledged. [2] Acknowledgements (funding): Last but not least we would like to thank the DFID Crop Post-Harvest Research Programme for providing the funds for this research.
Uncontrolled Keywords: decentralised market information service, survey, Uganda, Lira, Apac, Soroti, agriculture, livelihood, soil fertility, livestock, fish, marketing, grain, development
Subjects: S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General)
Faculty / Department / Research Group: Faculty of Engineering & Science > Natural Resources Institute
Faculty of Engineering & Science > Natural Resources Institute > Food & Markets Department
Faculty of Engineering & Science
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Last Modified: 07 Sep 2015 17:16
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URI: http://gala.gre.ac.uk/id/eprint/11918

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