Project description / objective
FtF IAM seeks to increase incomes and improve the livelihoods of households through agricultural-led inclusive economic growth in the 38 FtF focus districts in Uganda.
Inclusivity refers to the active participation and engagement of all actors looking to participate in the market system, including the poor, women, youth, ethnic minorities or other marginalised groups who are often excluded – or even exploited – by traditional market systems.
Please note: the following is a provisional profile, pending more details
Market systems focus
FtF IAM focuses on improving the efficiencies within various cross-market functions in the agricultural sector.
Increased transformation and upgrading of agricultural commodities in response to end market requirements/preferences.
Inputs & services
Increased utilisation of quality inputs and services that support production, upgrading as well as services that enhance functionality of market systems.
Managerial & technical capacity
Increased capacity of market actors to profitably engage in the agricultural markets through improved leadership, managerial and technical capacity to perform their roles.
Rules & regulations
Strengthened implementation and enforcement of rules and regulations that support enhanced market performance.
Strengthened inter and intra-actor relationships to act and respond to needs and challenges in the market.
[uploaded July 2020]