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Publication | 29 October 2020

Implementing the ACIAR Trees for Food Security 2 Project: Our Observations, Experiences and Lessons from Uganda

Over 30 million people in Uganda depend on farming for a livelihood However, there is a decline in farm productivity, over exploitation of trees and deforestation Accordingly, most farmers have become resource poor, food insecure and vulnerable to climate change The Trees for Food Security 2 (T 4 FS 2 project is implemented in the Eastern Highlands of Uganda to address soil and water conservation and food insecurity through promotion of locally adaptable agroforestry options supported by appropriate input systems During implementation, the project has demonstrated the importance of trees and shrubs to stakeholders working under different farming contexts
Implementing the ACIAR Trees for Food Security 2 Project: Our Observations, Experiences and Lessons from Uganda
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