2 edition of Indigenous agroforestry systems in southern Luwero district Uganda found in the catalog.
Indigenous agroforestry systems in southern Luwero district Uganda
Flemming Chr Nielsen
Includes bibliographical references (p. -101).
|Series||CDR working paper ;, 94.16|
|Contributions||Centret for udviklingsforskning (Denmark)|
|LC Classifications||HD72 .C38 no. 94.16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||95221066|
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Get this from a library. Indigenous agroforestry systems in southern Luwero district Uganda: and their potential in agricultural development. [Flemming Chr. Indigenous agroforestry. the collaboration of farmers in tree planting in agroforestry systems. Tree planting interventions with the collaboration of farmers require a good understanding of.
Vi Agroforestry has 3 ongoing projects and 1 overall programme in Uganda. Our work in the country focus on improving the lives of smallholder farmers through agroforestry and by strengthening the capacity of farmer organisations. Our work empower farmer families to reduce poverty, hunger, and deforestation, and contribute to increased biodiversity.
A land use evaluation in Luwero district of Uganda was undertaken as the primary stage in planning for appropriate agroforestry research and development. Published information sources, personal interviews, discussions with key informants and a survey of 50 randomly selected households across the banana-coffee farming system were used in the study.
The biophysical environment at altitudes of. Developing agroforestry models for refugees and host communities to meet their energy, construction and food needs. “There is space for trees in refugee settlements,” Clement Okia told officials, NGOs, donors and UN agencies on 30 Juneas the World Indigenous agroforestry systems in southern Luwero district Uganda book Centre (ICRAF) closed its first agroforestry project for refugees.
In: “Building partnerships for Scaling up the Impact of Agroforestry in Uganda” [Okorio et al. Eds.]. Proceedings of Second National Agroforestry Workshop, 10 SeptemberMukono, Uganda. pp ICRAF Development series No.2, 73 pp.
Olson J. Initial results concerning the use of fallows in Kabale district, Uganda. resources by adopting indigenous knowledge. The development of indigenous knowledge systems, including management of natural environment, has been a matter of survival to the people who generated these systems.
A study was conducted in western Uganda to investigate indigenous agricultural practices using local knowledge by researchers. The. (Benkunda ) characterize farmer practices in Uganda, Many farmers in various parts of the country have reported decline in soil productivity on the farms.
Study Area Luwero and Mpigi districts are located in central Uganda in the Lake Victoria Basin. The basin has bimodal rainfall (March – May and August-November) averaging to mm. District Agricultural and Forestry Officials (DAFO) were first consulted if they know any agroforestry systems or practices practiced in the district.
They were also asked to name persons or villages which could maybe be interesting to visit concerning agroforestry.
After discussions with DAFO mentioned villages and persons were visited for more. There is no word for “agroforestry” in the Cordillera region of the Philip- pine archipelago. But the land and forest are part of the life of the indigenous peoples of the region.
And they have practiced systems that nurture the land and forest for centuries. For the Igorots of. Soil erosion is a major agricultural and environmental problem in the highlands of southwest Uganda.
Farmers have used their indigenous knowledge to solve the problem, however, information regarding these indigenous knowledge systems and socio-economic factors that influence the land conservation strategies is still scanty. A study was conducted in Muko and Bubare sub-county, Kabale district.
Posted in Uganda. Indigenous peoples in Uganda include the traditional hunter/gatherer communities and pastoralists. These peoples are not specifically recognized as indigenous by the government. Former Hunter-gatherers include the: Benet, who number aro people, live in the north-eastern part of Uganda.
The main agroforestry practice in this community of indigenous Batwa and ethnic Bainika people entails the planting of trees along the upper and. ): The potential of Acacia senegal for dryland agroforestry and gum Arabic production in Uganda.
Journal of the Drylands 1(2): Studies were undertaken to determine the agroforestry. World Agroforestry (ICRAF) is a centre of science and development excellence that harnesses the benefits of trees for people and the environment.
Leveraging the world’s largest repository of agroforestry science and information, we develop knowledge practices, from farmers’ fields to the global sphere, to ensure food security and. A financial analysis was performed to assess the performance of three acaricide-treatment groups of indigenous breeds (Zebu and Nganda) of cattle on a ranch in Luwero District, Uganda.
The treatments were based on different frequencies: twice-a-week. Uganda - can be characterized as “agriculture-based,” that is, agriculture is the backbone of these economies.
1 Agriculture is dominated by smallholder farmers who occupy the majority of land and produce most of the crop and livestock products. These agroforestry systems were more preferred because of the multiple benefits such as food, fodder, erosion control and soil fertility enrichment (Zake et al., ; Abebe et al., ; and Tumwebaze et al., ) in Uganda and Ethiopia.
World Agroforestry works throughout the Global South with footprints in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Our activities span over 44 countries in six regions. Each office oversees, plans, coordinates and supports initiatives within their region, and maintains liaisons and partnerships with governments, development partners, learning institutions.
indigenous soil and water conservation phase 11 uganda a participatory rural appraisal (pra) in bubale sub- county kabale district, uganda ministry of agriculture animal industries and fisheries (maaif) and vrije university, amsterdam h d miiro, c g rusoke, a lwakuba, e m katungi, j turyagenda w critchley ••cihvarv july On-farm distribution of indigenous trees: Trees are an essential component of the indigenous agricultural systems When local communities clear land for farming, they leave a wide selection of indigenous tree species on farmla most commonly.
Introducing MADLACC We are introducing a new partner and project in this newsletter, Masaka and District Landcare Chapter (MADLACC). MADLACC have been working on the “Promotion of agro forestry for poverty reduction and improved livelihoods” project involving over farming households in the community.
The main aims of the project are to: Increase farmer income resulting. The study sought to document the different agroforestry systems of selected ethnic tribes of Ifugao. Data were gathered through survey and analyzed with the use of descriptive statistics.
Result showed that there were three indigenous agroforestry systems such as payoh – pinugo/hino-ub/h ayukkung system, uma/inum-an/h abal system and multistorey system.
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Journal of Environmental Psychology. 26(3): Nyombi, K.; Esser, Kjell; Zake, J.Y.K. Efforts by small-scale farmers to maintain soil fertility and their impacts on soil properties, Luwero district, Uganda. The college is located in Masindi District in Mid-western Uganda.
It is km mid-west of Kampala City. Technical Forestry Training in Uganda started in at a Forest School in Kityerera in Mayuge District, South-eastern Uganda. It offered mainly practical training to in-service staff of the Forest Department.
To appreciate the rich diversity of Uganda’s fruits, Slow Food Uganda and Developing Innovations in School Cultivation (Project DISC) started the Fruit and Juice Festival as a way of promoting the value of indigenous fruits and juices among children, youth, smallholder farmers, and the broader population.
Agroforestry systems in Masaka district, Uganda. Agroforestry systems Number of farmers % Agrosilvipasture 40 Agrosilviculture 29 Silvipasture 14 Apiculture 4 Agro-aqua-silviculture 1 Total 88 Farmers in Uganda want government to promote growing of indigenous crops which they say are cheap to produce and play big role in Biodiversity conservation.
They urge that promoting the growing of Hybrid crops in the country has cost implications to the ordinary farmers since they depend on seeds produced by seed companies.
This was [ ]. Duration: 01 July to 31 July Project information Aim: This project “Development of a Gender Responsive Commercial Seed System for African Indigenous Vegetables (AIV) in Uganda” aims to benefit 50 farmer groups directly involved in vegetable seed production and smallholder vegetable farmers, who are mainly women and youth farmers.
Uganda has a population of 36 million – about 23% are pastoralists, comprising around one million people. A similar portion of the population is agro-pastoralists, for whom livestock traditionally contribute significantly to livelihoods and incomes.
Uganda’s drylands occupy what is commonly referred to as the “cattle corridor”, an area of approximat km2, stretching from the north-east, through central to south-east of the country.
The major problems in Uganda’s drylands include overgrazing, deforestation, inappropriate farming systems, land and tree tenure and bush burning. Posted on:Wednesday, 18th November Egypt-Uganda Food Security has invested US$11mn in an abattoir near Bombo town in Luwero district, central Uganda Located about 32 km north of Kampala, the Egyptian company’s new abattoir will process and.
Agroforestry systems are known to influence termites, the most important decomposers in tropics. A study was therefore conducted in the banana agroforestry systems of Kiboga district, central Uganda to assess the influence of tree species, seasons, intensity of.
Refugees in NW Uganda appreciate trees. "e;We survived because of them. They welcomed us."e; But now the trees are under pressure, needed for cooking and building huts and cleared for farming. In response, this project supports refugees and local people to protect, plant and regenerate trees.
And it's working. Join ICRAF in using botany and ecology to create a model climate-smart. Indigenous strategies have been practiced in the Philippine uplands and they have maintained the sustainability of upland farming systems for generations.
A collaborative activity among researchers, extensionists and practitioners from UPLB, BSU, HARRDEC, ICRAF, DENR-CAR, DA-CHARM, and NCIP was carried out to document and understand the.
The Daily Monitor reports on a 3-year project being run by Makerere University School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences which is encouraging farmers in Uganda to grow trees for food security and income. Through the project, farmers In Manafwa District are integrating trees, either through intercropping or establishing woodlots of pine and Eucalyptus.
Thesis on "Indigenous Agroforestry Systems in Southern Luwero District Uganda⚑" based on five months of field work in Uganda sponsored by Danida, Care Danmark, Plums Ecological Foundation and. He also works as a Lecturer (Agroforestry) in the Department of Community Forestry and Extension, Makerere University, Kampala.
Prior to this, Clement worked as a lecturer and manager for agroforestry demonstration farm in Nyabyeya Forestry College, Uganda and held a position of a researcher with the Budongo Forest Project in Masindi, Uganda. Acacia caffra Gewone Haakdoring, katdoring, Common Hook Thorn, Cat Thorn, Morutlhare, Muvunda-mbado, Umtholo, Motholo, Mbvhinya-xihloka.
Acacia caffra (=Senegalia caffra) is a very hardy, deciduous, drought resistant, graceful tree with feathery foliage that gives the tree a weeping shape.
Drawing from ethnographic data collected between and and January and June in Luwero district, Uganda, this article questions the romanticised depiction of .The report assesses the state of Uganda’s agriculture, and offers an unprecedented analysis of the structural context, highlighting challenges, trends and key opportunities for growth.
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