Shea Butter – Uganda’s hidden treasure

Shea butter or as it is commonly known ‘Moo yao’ in Lango is an indigenous fruit tree that grows mostly in northern Uganda. Its fat containing kernels are sold both in the local and international market and its oil is second in importance to palm oil in Africa. Although it has great contributions to local
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Growing Chilies

By Acayo Christine Gloria, Media and Public Relations Officer Chilies belong to the Capsicum Annum species and are believed to have originated from South America in Mexico. Their fruits occur in many different colors but the major ones are green, red, yellow and orange. In Uganda, chili is mainly grown in the northern districts of
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Should farmers and traders embrace Agricultural Market Information?

By Acayo Christine Gloria, Media and Public Relations Officer It is clear that developing an efficient, relevant and sustainable Market Information System is far from easy. Many organizations and agencies have however taken it upon themselves to collect and promote these systems for the benefit of both farmers and traders. What is Agricultural Market Information?
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Cross border trade Uganda and Southern Sudan

By Robert M Kintu, June 2017 Trade between Uganda and Southern Sudan has been increasing over time.– the main towns whose population was growing daily with the perceptive peace, swelled by the return of displaced people and refugees and other people who have gone there to trade, do other works like construction etc. It needs
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