Water for Agricultural Production: Planning and Investment Dilemmas in Uganda

Water for Agricultural Production: Planning and Investment Dilemmas in Uganda

Uganda has experienced incidences of drought almost every decade since 1910. Patterns of rainfall are erratic, for example from 1981 to 2006, showing sharp
drops in 1986, 1993 and 2005. These incidences have resulted into wide spread crop
failures, with the North and Eastern regions of Uganda, having households suffering highest crop losses.
The global campaign against climate change also shows evidence that climatic variability will continue to affect water resources and agricultural production thus affecting livelihoods of many people in Uganda.

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