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Welcome To Agrochat Uganda

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Agrochat Uganda

Uganda’s Agriculture remains largely traditionally dominated by small holder subsistence farmers, whose level of investment is insufficient to make meaningful contributions in the livelihood of farmers thus more importantly un-attractive to the Youth. High population density and land fragmentation, too small pieces of land hence reduction in arable land, little or no margins from subsistence farming system has encouraged or exacerbated the migration of the youths to towns in order to quench their thirst of making “quick money”, leaves

Agriculture to the ageing farmers who contribute using traditional methods leading to low productivity and thus food insecurity. This low position threatens the youth and makes them shy away from the sector this implies that: “as long as agriculture or farming remains seen marginally rewarding, young men and women will drift away to more profitable sectors”. There is therefore need to invest in the next generation of farmers.

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Agrochat Uganda

Agrochat Uganda aims at creating sustainable programs to nurture and develop young agriculture entrepreneurs having recognized the potential role of youth in contributing to agricultural revolution. Agrochat Uganda develops long term comprehensive programs that attract and inspire the youth to actively participate in Agriculture as a career.



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Worked We Have Done

Our recent projects

Agrochat Walking tractor

Agricultural machinery and Equipment Project

Dam pond liner

Artificial Valley dam Project

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GREENHOUSE FARMING Project

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COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE Project

News

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South African farms become more dangerous as uncertainty grows

FARM attacks are on the rise, according to the latest statistics from farmers’ group TAU SA. In the first six months of this year, there ...

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05
Jul

Concern over Ivory Coast ‘s main cocoa crop

Abidjan – Cool, cloudy weather and a lack of rain last week in most of Ivory Coast’s cocoa growing regions will have hindered the development ...

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05
Jul

West Africa economies losing out to illegal fishing

Dakar – “Catastrophic” levels of illegal fishing in west Africa are costing the region millions in lost revenue and hundreds of thousands of jobs, a ...

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