A new report showcasing evidence to guide African governments in successfully mechanizing Africa’s agribusiness value chains was launched today by the Malabo Montpellier Panel, a group of 17 African and international experts.The African food and beverage market is projected to reach $1 trillion by 2030. Thanks to advances in renewable energy and digital technology, Africa […]
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Intra-African trade is estimated to have amounted to $371 billion last year, but Tanzania was not among the major beneficiaries, a new report suggests. According to the Africa Export and Import Bank (Afreximbank) report, Tanzania is among five countries that registered steep declines in their trading with the rest of the continent last year. Others […]
Sitting on a 600-acre piece of land, the Guangzhou Dongsong Energy Group-owned industrial complex in Tororo District, will produce about 300,000 tonnes of organic fertilisers annually, making it the biggest organic fertiliser plant in East Africa. Ms Jane Guo, the group chief executive officer, said the fertiliser production section will be launched on October 9 […]
Farmers in Uganda are facing increasingly erratic climatic conditions which are impacting on agricultural production. Farmers in Uganda are keeping their crop yields high, thanks to improved weather data supplied by the UN Development Programme (UNDP)-backed push to modernize climate monitoring systems. The majority of farmers in the East African country rely on rain to […]
#PlantACoopTree Competition #PlantACoopTree Competition judges are out in the districts evaluating the competitors and identifying the winners. The competition is part of the Uhuru Institute’s Coop360 Initiative which amongst other things is looking at increasing cooperative investments in green business for sustainable societies. 20 cooperatives in 20 districts and various sectors voluntarily participated in the tree […]
Opportunities in Horticulture: Making the Most out of Available Resources Maureen Nyakato owns a horticulture farm in Kabarole. She supplies to major markets in Fort Portal. She has overcome the challenge of limited space, by planting in used car tires and polythene bags.
The Uhuru Institute for Social Development, through its Freedom Fund Enterprise has launched Piki-Credit, a Boda-boda credit facility aimed at providing flexible credit facilities to Cooperatives. The loan is payable in approximately 16 months only. With an initial deposit of only 500,000 Shillings, a member of a Boda-boda Cooperative can own a motorcycle and start the journey to financial […]
Promote Agribusiness Productivity among Cooperatives & Citizen Collectives L-R: Amb. Julius Onen (Permanent Secretary at MTIC), Eng. Dunstan Kisuule (TUI Board Chairman) and Leonard Okello (CEO of TUI) The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Cooperatives (MTIC), and The Uhuru Institute for Social Development (TUI) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance production and […]
PRESS STATEMENT For Immediate Release STATEMENT ON THE RAID OF THE UHURU INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OFFICE The Uhuru Institute for Social Development a social business that inspires citizens to generate wealth together through the cooperative business model and youth entrepreneurship and leadership learning programs was yesterday raided at 12:45pm by security operations led by […]
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