NAADS PROGRAM AND FOOD SECURITY IN UGANDA A CASE STUDY OF DDWANIRO SUB-COUNTY RAKAI DISTRICT

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ABSTRACT The study sought of assessing the relationship between NAADs program and Food security in Ddwaniro Subcounty Rakai District, determine the role played by NAADs program on food security and challenges to NAADs program and how to combat the challenges. The study used a descriptive reseach design and employing both qualitative and quantitative apporaches in the searching for the informaiton. The populaiton sample size was 196. The study findings indicated that the major challenges affecting NAADs program and farmers to obtain food security include drought, the poor land tenure system, corruption and embezzlement of funds, poor seeds, lack of knowledge on advanced methods of farming, lack of incentives like subsidies and loans, poor infrastructures, poor markets and poor methods of irrigaiton. It was recommended that to increase on food security, people need to be sensitized and be informed about the best methods of farming, storing food for unforeseen circumstances like famine, proper methods of irrigation like the use of sprinkles and over head, provision of incentives to farmers. The reseacher also recommended that seeds of high quality should be given to farmers like beans and maize, infrastructures like roads should also be constructed, research for markets both internal and external and proper land tenure sytem in order to increase on agriculture outputs hence which will increase on food security in Uganda.

NAADS PROGRAM AND FOOD SECURITY IN UGANDA A CASE STUDY OF DDWANIRO SUB-COUNTY RAKAI DISTRICT
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    Type Project
    Department Economics
    Project ID ECO0836
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 56 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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