Resource Mobilisation

Resource mobilization (of projects and amount of money) (2006-2012)

Name of projectAbout the projectAmount (US $)
(FARMESA (Farm Level applied Research Methods in Eastern and South Africa)/SIDAImproving feed resources availability on smallholder dairy farms in Kasenge parish, Mukono district 10,000
DANIDA and World BankEffect of incorporating forage legumes in intensive smallholder dairy farming systems on feed availability and animal performance100,000
DANIDAAn innovative approach for enhancing adoption of fodder conservation technologies by smallholder dairy farmers in Masaka district 50,000
DANIDA Elephant grass (Pennisetum purpruem) Stunting Disease Control/Management Strategy in Uganda  90,000
 ASARECA Integrated nutrient management strategies for sustainable crop-livestock production systems in the Eastern and Central Africa Region  90,000
 NARO-EZCF Competitive fund Enhancing adoption of fodder banks and forage conservation technologies in Soroti and Manafwa districts ASARECA
 MSI/UNCST Contributing to the basic understanding and management of Napier stunt disease in Uganda. Millennium Science Initiative/Uganda National Council of Science and Technology  249,000
 ASARECA Crop-Livestock integration for sustainable management of natural resources and building livestock resilience in East and Central Africa 420,000
 Government of Uganda/ATAAS Evaluation and utilisation of sorghum varieties and Tithonia Diversifolia as alternative feed resources for smallholder cattle and goat farmers 330,650
 Bioversity International Growing bananas with trees and livestock: young farmer business groups improve crop and natural resource health and market links for rural well-being  499,180
The Rockefeller FoundationMitigating the effects of climate change in smallholder crop-livestock systems 40,000
FAOImproving rangeland productivity through appropriate rehabilitation methods in Karamoja sub-region150,000
 CIAT Dry season forages for improving dairy cattle productivity during the dry season 12,000
 ATAAS Effect of pre and postpartum supplementation with multi-nutrient mineral blocks 145,000
East Africa Agricultural Productivity ProgrammeEnhancing adoption of Napier grass to Napier stunt disease for increased feed availability in small holder systems123,400
ASARECAHarnessing crop-livestock integration to enhance food security and livelihoods resilience to effects of climate variability and climate change in Eastern and Central Africa905,523
  Total (US $)  3,769,530 

Contribution to infrastructure development.

(i) A vehicle under ASARECA funded project

(ii) 3 laptops, 2 printers and 1 LCD

Other outstanding contribution to intellectual properties or public goods (international, regional, national)

(i) Developed a nutrient feed block- the technology was adopted in Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda. We are working with Novice international to commercialize the block

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