The 11.4 million head of cattle counted in Uganda’s 2008
national livestock census are
not evenly distributed across the districts.
Kotido, Nakapiripirit, and Kaabong are the districts with
This map shows the prevalence of rangeland-based livestock-only systems (tan colors) across the north.
A path for financing smart economic development through strong institutions was announced today by a 14-person commission appointed to advise political leaders on climate change.
Uganda’s leaders now have access to maps that will allow them—for the first time ever—to reduce poverty through better management of the country’s wetlands.
NextBillion.net - one of the Web’s top business blogs - today announced a new look intended to make it the go-to online resource for discussions about business-model development aimed at helping poor people.
Natural-resources extractive companies are profiting financially and socially when they consult with affected communities before and during the construction of projects.
Peter Veit, Rugemeleza Nshala, Michael Ocheing’ Odhiambo, Jacob Manyindo
Unfair government policies fail to benefit poor people who live in the forests of many developing countries. Those same policies fail even to protect forests, according to a new study.
Increase effectiveness of poverty reduction efforts through spatial analysis of ecosystem services. Policymakers will understand and act on linkages between poverty and ecosystem services and improve implementation of national strategies and plans.
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