Uganda: Six Areas for Improvement in Agricultural Financing

Report for ActionAid-Uganda (May 2010)

This report is an analysis of the Ugandan government’s agriculture budget. It looks at spending levels, the efficiency of spending and the extent to which the budget focuses on providing key services to small farmers – extension services, access to inputs, agricultural research and credit. It argues that there are six urgent budgetary changes the government – and donors – need to make if hunger and farm productivity are to be seriously addressed.

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