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A Case For Agricultural Centres Of Excellence (ACES) For Uganda


ACES

Over 80 percent of Ugandans live in rural areas and are engaged in farming. Uganda’s rural economy is in fact characterised by communities trading in agricultural produce, especially food items. In essence, seemingly, every farmer in Uganda is a business person.

Funding For Our Financial Year Ended March 2014

During our financial year ended March 2014, we generated total funding of 769,261,768 (seven hundred and sixty nine million two hundred and sixty one thousand seven hundred and sixty eight) shillings of which 15 percent, 114,715,767 (one hundred and fourteen million seven hundred and fifteen thousand seven hundred and sixty seven) shillings CPAR Uganda internally generated, mostly from rent of our base camps.