Uganda’s land can feed 200 million people, report says

Investors consider Uganda’s agricultural potential to be among the best in Africa, with low temperature variability, fertile soils, and two rainy seasons in the country. PHOTO | FILE

What you need to know:

  • Uganda produces a wide range of agricultural products including: coffee, tea, sugar, livestock, fish, edible oils, cotton, tobacco, plantains, corn, beans, cassava, sweet potatoes, cassava, millet, sorghum, and groundnuts. 

Uganda’s fertile agricultural land has the potential to feed about 200 million people according to a new report by International Trade Administration to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation. 


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