• Authored By: Medard Kakuru, Regean Mugume, Aida Kibirige Nattabi, Justine Luwedde, Rehema Kahunde, Blessing Atwine and Enock Nsubuga Will Bulime
08 Dec 2021
  • File Size 635.42 KB
  • Published Dec 8, 2021

The Ugandan Economy Today (Quarter 2 October-December 2020)

Most bimodal rainfall regions experienced higher-than-normal second season rainfall during the quarter under review. The above-average rains favoured crop production, albeit some flooding and landslides in some areas which displaced some people and destroyed crops.

The end-of-season rains in Karamoja led to post-harvest losses but enabled some farmers to plant a second season crop. The rains favoured pasture growth resulting in more milk and meat production.

Generally, there was improved food security compared to the previous quarter due to second season harvests, low food prices and improved household income following the resumption of work which had stopped due to COVID-19 restrictions

Attached Files

The Ugandan Economy Today (Quarter 2 October-December 2020).pdfDownload

Leave a Reply