Uganda’s coffee sector has performed well amidst the covid-19 pandemic, where the country has been able to export over 500,000 bags of coffee.
Government is deploying more agricultural extension staff to extend outreaches to farmers on coffee production.
The latest however is a webinar to discuss how coffee sector can be supported to improve production and value addition.
The Coffee sector has dwindled during this covid-19 period which at the beginning of March 2020 led to a Nation Wide lock down affecting foreign exchange earnings.
Whereas this affected the transportation of coffee, Uganda has managed to export more coffee in Italy the biggest destination for coffee grown in Uganda. Bite…
During lock down in the months July and August, Uganda exported 500,000 bags of coffee.
Government has intensified its effort to support coffee business, Agricultural extension staff have been posted in the Field to increase farmers outreach while observing SOPs.
The National Coffee bill yet to be assented to by the head of state will as well promote coffee production
Uganda is among the countries in the world that produces the best quality of coffee and to further maintain this standard government is organizing a webinar come 1st October to navigate a new norm and the future of coffee. Bite…
Uganda joined the world to commemorate the international day on awareness of food loses and waste reduction. The day mobilizes for good value chain actors to reduce food losses
Government is promoting innovative technologies and infrastructure like community stores, silos and storage infrastructure in over 50 districts.
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