Uganda - Farm Income Enhancement and Forest Conservation Project

Project Summary

Approval Date 29 Sep 2004
Signature Date 18 Jan 2005
Planned Completion Date 30 Dec 2012
Last Disbursement Planned Date 31 Dec 2013
Sovereign / Non-Sovereign Sovereign
Sector Agriculture and Rural Development
DAC Sector Code 31140
Environmental Category 2
Commitment U.A 41,188,699.35
Status Completion

Project General Description

The Farm Income Enhancement and Forest Conservation Project is designed to support Government’s Plan for Modernisation of Agriculture. This plan aimed at increasing incomes and improving the quality of life of poor subsistence farmers and their household. It also aims to ensure food security, provide gainful employment and promote sustainable use and management of natural resources. The project will direct its efforts towards using small-scale irrigation facilities and improved soil fertility management practices, to produce and market high value crops. In addition, the project will conserve and protect the environment through strengthening watershed management using well established structures at national, district, sub-county, village/community levels. It will address deforestation and problems of natural resources degradation. The project comprises three components, namely: i) Forestry Support, with two sub-components (Community Watershed Management; and Tree Planting); ii) Agricultural Enterprise Development, with four sub-components (Soil Fertility Management; Small Scale Irrigation and Crop Development; Apiculture Promotion; and Agricultural Marketing); and iii) Project Coordination and Management.

Project Objectives

The sector goal is to contribute to poverty reduction. The objective of the project is to improve incomes, rural livelihoods and food security, through sustainable natural resources management and agricultural enterprise development.


The project’s main target is resource poor farmers. This project will avail them opportunities for their income enhancement. The Forestry Support Component will be implemented in 33 districts and will provide direct benefits to 33,000 households. Beneficiaries will include communities living adjacent to the reserves, farmers adopting agro-forestry practices, as well as service providers and Government officials who will be trained on sustainable conservation and tree planting practices.

Participating Organization

African Development Fund
Government Of Uganda
Ministry of Water & Environment


IATI identifier 46002-P-UG-AAC-001
Last Update 22 Nov 2020


Contact Details

Name OKEKE Sebastian Onyekaozuru

Geographic Location

Country Uganda
Coordinates Location Name
-0.487287 31.8407 Masaka District
2.96667 31.1667 Arua District
-0.491 30.183 Bushenyi District
2.85604 32.43 Gulu District
1.393 31.11 Hoima District
0.7 33.5333 Iganga District
0.511 33.315 Jinja District
-1.20774 29.9859 Kabale District
0.654539 30.2882 Kabarole District
0.95 33.1167 Kamuli District