AgriProFocus Uganda

Making Agribusiness Work for Development

The AgriProFocus network is an international multi-stakeholder network with Dutch roots representing entrepreneurial farmers, private sector enterprises, governments, knowledge institutions and civil society organisations in the agrifood sector.

We are active in 13 countries in Africa and South East Asia, and link 22.000 agribusiness professionals worldwide. We are the go-to network for innovative entrepreneurs in agricultural value chains, that effectively link agribusiness and development.

We offer:


+ Change makers showcase portfolio
+ Network maps on specific trends, issues, topics identified by members or donors
+ Business 2 Network matchmaking events and activities
+ Online platform with member profiles and resource databases
+ Member coalitions and member partnerships around identified opportunities


+ Agribusiness Development Monitor
+ Newsletters
+ Innovation Labs


+ Bottleneck identification and joint analysis of what works and doesn’t work
+ Change Labs on key challenges, with reflection workshops, and scenario planning
+ Putting identified bottlenecks and opportunities on relevant (inter)national agenda’s
+ Joint Campaigns

A dedicated team (see Who to Contact) supports the network and is ready to connect you to 25,000 entrepreneurial people from the agribusiness sector worldwide.We can help you with information, contacts and establish links with (inter)national businesses and organisations in our networks.

Check our FACTSHEET for more information on our plans for 2017!

Tilapia Fry and Fingerlings ready for sale

We have sex reversed and mixed sex fry and Fingerlings of all sizes

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Posted 17 November 2017 at 07:05

What can you learn from crisis?
We are now getting back off our knees and as the saying goes, "what doesn't break you makes you stronger", we have learnt vital lessons that might help you if your own business is going though challenges. Some of these include:
1. Simplify, simplify, simplify. If your lowest team member doesn't understand it, don't sell it.
2. Communicate internally. Talk to one another. Sometimes even if there is no high agenda point, talk to one another. Some of the most valuable advice comes when people just talk. Some of your team members will only be comfortable speaking in person. Crisis can be averted through listening.
3. Remember your core competencies. Stick to what you do best and have the courage to turn down what you shouldn't do or cannot do. What did the customers love the most? Stick to that, of course keeping an eye on the business environment for seismic shifts.
4. Toxic members. Are some of your team toxic? They might be good on their own, but do they get along

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Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 17 November 2017 at 03:42

Dear Agri-Hub members, 

 Beijing Tshine is a Chinese export company, looking for  an agent for our animal feed additives. We export high quality premix, enzymes and licking bricks against fair prices to Uganda. We also offer a wide range of knowledge and advice to help local farmers understand more about feed to reach maximum potential. If you're interested in becoming our local partner don't hesitate to contact me, and  I would like to invite you to take a look at our website

Warm reagrds,


Yiki Habert Mobile number: +256773392468. We discuss more on Email. Thanks. Yiki Habert

12 hours 23 min ago

Posted By in AgriProFocus Tanzania
Posted 15 November 2017 at 06:51



Tunapenda kuwataarifu  fursa ya programu ya vijana wataalam ya maji na kilimo chakula (YEP) imetangaza  fursa kwa vijana wa kiholanzi na mataifa mengine husika katika kilimo chakula au sekta ya maji. 

Program itawaajiri vijana kupitia mashirika ya kiholanzi katika nchi ambazo ni stahiki. Mradi huu una lengo la kuongeza chachu kwa vijana wataalamu katika sekta ya kilimo na chakula na maji ili kuendeleza uwepo wa wataalamu katika sector hizo. 

Mwisho wa kutuma maombi ni Disemba 1, 2017. 

Wizara ya mambo ya nje ya inachukulia mradi wa YEP kama fursa ya kuimarisha ushirikiano wa kimkakati wa CGIAR na serikali ya Uholanzi. 

Mkakati wa ushirikiano wa Uholanzi na CGIAR umejikita katika nyanja 4 za kipaumbele nazo ni;

1- Kilimo kwa afya na lishe

2- Minyororo ya thamani za thamani 

3- Uboreshaji wa maumbile na vifaa eneza

4- Hali ya kilimo

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mwangangi joshua I wish to start growing pumpkins particularly giant pumpkins. help me get seeds and  a ready market.

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Victoria Gama That is a great idea, please use the search tab to look for what you need to know and check with Kenyan network for more help mwangangi joshua

4 days 7 hours ago

mwangangi joshua ok I will

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Lessons Learned & Emerging Perspectives on Subsidy Programs

Event posted by in AgriProFocus Uganda
  19 February 2018 - 08:00 to 23 February 2018 - 17:30

The International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) has over 35 years’ experience conducting research and providing training and technical assistance in all aspects of agro-input markets in the developing world. At the request of some governments, IFDC has provided technical support in the introduction of subsidy programs and also has provided capacity building though seminars and workshops to share lessons learned and best practices, working in collaboration with local and international partners.

This training program will draw on lessons learned and the latest research findings and recommendations from IFDC and partner organizations in Sub-Saharan Africa, Eastern Europe, and Asia.

Register here:

Workshop brochure is attached.

Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 13 November 2017 at 02:45

Job Vacancy

We are looking for:

· Men / women

· Bachelor or master degree in livestock feed / animal nutrition.

· Max. 4 year working experience (mandatory)

· Living in Uganda 

· Feeling for research about and distribution of the Feed Calculator; an app for poultry and pig farmers to formulate their own feed formulations.

Anne Marie Kortleve Thanks for sharing Peter! My colleague Marion Alyek can spread your request through our social media channels!

5 days 8 hours ago

Peter Meijer That would be great

4 days 8 hours ago


3.5 acres of cassava ready for sale . For more details call Emmanuel on 0702- 612627

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Posted 13 November 2017 at 09:46

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Posted 13 November 2017 at 07:51

0752688788    Has rabbits for sell in all numbers 

Fish Floating Pellet Machine

For Fish Floating Food manufacture;

1.Item No. ST-DGP60

2. Output capacity:120-150kgs/hour

3. Main Power 15kw

4.Feed Power: 0.4kw

5. Pellet Cutting Power: 0.4kw

6.Working Voltage: 380V, 3 phases;

7. Weight 650kgs.

8.Screw diameters: 60mm

9. Floating Pellet time: 15-18 hours depends on the ingredient

10.Pellet Model for fish, dog, and cat or birds.

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Posted 11 November 2017 at 04:04

Manure De-watering Machine

For de-watering Machine for processing poultry Manure, Cattle Manure, as well as sewage waste.

before treatment 100%-65% water,

after treatment  15%-20% water

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Posted 11 November 2017 at 04:00

Posted By in AgriProFocus Netherlands
Posted 10 November 2017 at 09:27

Food & Business Knowledge Platform newsletter

In the November 2017 newsletter of the Food & Business Knowledge Platform (F&BKP) readers based in the Netherlands are invited to register for the conference “Research & Policy: two peas in a pod? A dialogue for food security impact” and (all readers) to vote for one of the three finalists of the Agrofood Broker of the Year 2017 Award. Furthermore, readers are asked to complete the evaluation survey of the Knowledge Portal, and the newsletter informs about workshops, reports and events related to Food and Nutrition Security (FNS), on the following topics:

- Climate Smart Agriculture - eight new GCP-4 projects granted

- NLandscape - a network on Landscape Approaches

- Mozambique Learning Platform on Land Governance and Food Security

- SES4Food: social entrepreneurship in the agrifood sector

- WBG-NL FFA talks: addressing overuse of antibiotics in livestock sector

- Global Database on city and regional food policies

- Dutch Development Results in p

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FarmERP - Smart Agriculture ERP platform for Farm and Farmer data management

FarmERP the most comprehensive and successful flagship software solution being used globally for farm, farmer, procurement, processing, supply chain and financial data management and analysis. It has helped many leading companies in achieving objectives of profitable and sustainable agribusiness. 

FarmERP is a multi-user, multi-location, multi-cropping, integrated software platform for horticulture, plantation, vegetables, fruits, floriculture, growers and exporters. It provides advanced level of farm analytics to support business decisions. It possesses inbuilt powerful capabilities of any ERP solution covering all business functions. Simultaneously it provides advanced level of analytics to support business decisions. Important modules it is comprised of are Admin, Planning, Purchase, Inventory, Production, Post production, Contract farming, Biotech, HR, Accounts, Maps, Quality Control, and Farm analytics. Our unique and innovative product FarmERP aims at;

1. Enhancing the pr

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Posted 10 November 2017 at 07:39

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Posted 10 November 2017 at 07:06

What are the Critical Factors when you plan to go into Poultry Farming?

1) What kind of Poultry Business do you want to Start with?

Well, Poultry Farming Buiness is very wide, please do not just limited to only market

for feeding chickens, Quails, and Fowls, awell as Turkeys.

There are lots of things to do for Poultry Farming, like Meat Production, egg production,

and Poultry food products, as well as Poultry Medicine Product, and incubation business,

and manure fertilizer and whatever.

Please identify a map that you want to work in, and you can design a general picture of it?

2) What breed of Poultry you want to Feed:

There are hundreds of poultry breeds you can feed on your farm, Once you determine the breed you want and know how can you get the potential customers, potential market, and ready suppliers.

Here are some poultry breeds you can consider on the farm:

Chicken(Broilers & Layers), Turkeys, Guinea Fowls, Quails, Peacocks, ducks, and Geese, etc.

If you go fo

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Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 9 November 2017 at 04:20

hey there,

i have been following this platform for quite some time as a guest user, so today i happen to have signed up to enjoy the full benefits of the platform. i am young man who grew up in home that was built on majorly farming. i have since developed passion for farming though i would love to do it in a different manner that i grew up seeing. i am considering growing short term vegetables that are quick on returns. i have close to four acres of land and right now i need guidance on which crop will do best for me. i am torn in between doing onions and g.nuts. i have history with gnuts since it was our major crop we used to grow at home. i tried it out on three acres and was disappointed by it, i partly blame it on the work ethic of the people i was employing but right now i need to be able to market these produce and of course be able to scale up with time and more experience. any thoughts of where to book market for the produce, getting vaible seeds and the methods of farming are highly

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Anne Marie Kortleve Hi Ivan, welcome to our community, glad to hear you signed up! Thank you for sharing your story too, I hope there will be other community members who can help you with your questions. We also have a rich database with posts, events and contacts. Simply type a keyword in the search bar on top of this page and you will get many results. If you need any other assistance, you can always contact my colleagues in the Kampala office, like Marion Alyek.

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Francis Okot Ivan thank you for your story. Between onion and groundnut I do recommend you try onions production. The production cost for onion although is higher than that of groundnuts the returns is far far higher. I recommend you go for onion variety called Red coach from house of seed company in Bugolobi. Send me email on so that I give you production guide for any crop. Also if you walk into House of seed office you will get experts. Good luck

6 days 15 hours ago

Posted By in Sustainable Agriculture
Posted 9 November 2017 at 09:46

Scaling up Climate Smart Agriculture

8 New research projects on business models, incentives and innovative finance For Climate smart agriculture (GCP)

Eight new projects were granted in the fourth call of the Global Challenge Programme, by NWO-WOTRO Science for Global Development, in collaboration with the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) and the Food & Business Knowledge Platform. The call focuses on contributing to business models, incentives and innovative finance for scaling Climate Smart Agriculture.

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Transdisciplinary proposals were submitted by consortia of research organizations, a public and/or private organization from an LMIC, and CCAFS. Research will take place in the following countries: Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Zambia and in the region East Africa.

A short description of the eight projects which have receiv

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Nicole Metz Maybe good to know: CCAFS is developing Country Profiles for Climate Smart Agriculture. Country profiles that are available already, for Africa: KenyaRwandaSenegalMozambiqueTanzania and ZambiaThe following profiles are currently being developed: Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, Niger and Uganda.See:

1 week 2 days ago

Thacien MUNYAMAHAME @Nicole, Thanks for sharing with us!!

1 week 2 days ago

Dorina Prech Thank you for very much for sharing this Nicole Metz! This is very relevant for our upcoming Network day, whose theme is "Investing in climate smart agriculture to enhance food security in a changing climate", and we shall actually be featuring some of these cases such as the smart farm in Nyando for the case of Kenya. 

1 week 2 days ago


2017 End of year training

Event posted by in AgriProFocus Uganda
  15 November 2017 - 09:45 to 23 November 2017 - 04:45


(Qualitative and quantitative Project Evaluation Techniques)

This is to invite all persons involved in for profit and not for profit making projects, production of goods and services, marketing, scholarly among others, to attend a three day capacity building training on qualitative and quantitative project evaluation techniques organized by WSA Innovations –Kampala and Kigali.

Program content

1) Practical training to project management attributes

2) Practical training on Planning, management and control cycle

3) Practical training on project problem tree, project objective tree, logical framework, project WSB and critical path analysis

4) Training on project monitoring techniques

5) Practical training on internal and external project evaluation techniques

6) Project qualitative and quantitative earned value analysis

7) Qualitative Project performance, outcome, and impact evaluation tech

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Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 8 November 2017 at 11:07

The next phase of agribusiness incubator and incubator hub accreditation is  finally open. To have your organisation or group benefit from this phase, here is the update:

Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 8 November 2017 at 09:49

Hi Team

I am a motivated, self esteemed and one who loves to work. Hoping to start goat rearing and looking for good bread goat for meat consumption

Janine Schoeman Hi Robert, welcome to the platform! You can use the search bar at the top of the page to look for information, people and organisations. Good luck with the goats venture! 

1 week 4 days ago

Posted By in Sustainable Agriculture
Posted 8 November 2017 at 09:03

Call For Successful Experiences in Scaling-up Agroecology

FAO calls for cases - deadline 13 November

As one of the planned agenda items of the 2nd International Symposium on Agroecology: Scaling Up agroecology to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), FAO will select and showcase successful experiences in agroecology in action that can be scaled up and out. We will select 12 cases to be presented by speakers during a session of the International Symposium (10min each presentation). The selection of cases will be based on the following criteria:

· Contribution made to scale-up agroecology

· Potential to be replicated and further scaled-up/out

· Addresses each of the three pillars of sustainability (social environmental and economic)

· Regional balance will be ensured

· For each region, case studies involving governmental and non-governmental initiatives will be included

· All the cases need to be based either on policy or practices

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Posted By in AgriProFocus Uganda
Posted 6 November 2017 at 01:54

Dear Members, i hope the platform is doing you all well,we have got very good agricultural lime for sale at jut USD180 per ton, for more reach me on 0782 691 445