• Authored By: Medard Kakuru, Regean Mugume, Aida Kibirige Nattabi, Justine Luwedde, Nathan Sunday, Rehema Kahunde, Blessing Atwine and Enock Nsubuga Will Bulime
24 Sep 2021

This is the period when the country was still heavily in lockdown. Harvesting of crops was the predominant activity in the quarter. In the quarter under review, the dry season had started the season in most parts of the country and many households had started opening land for a second cropping season by September.

Besides improving food availability, the above-average harvests led to a decline in staple food prices.  The food security situation in the Karamoja sub-region was relatively stable, being supported by low-priced cereals from neighbouring surplus producing districts - Soroti, Lira, and the Acholi region.

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