The implementation of the right
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The study assessed the contribution of modernisation of agriculture to the implementation of the right to food in Uganda. It looked at related literature in order to find out how various scholars perceived the problem of the violation of the fundamental right to food. It also undertook a critical analysis of the International, Regional and National Instruments to evaluate the level of compliance in Uganda. Food insecurity has been a characteristic feature that has characterized Uganda since the early 1980s. This has been attributed to p r fa rming Methods, the low development af the agricultural sector and lack of respect to the National and International policy framework for the implementation of the right to food in Uganda, The study deals with clarification of how agriculture modernization operates. It deals with the aims, instruments, purpose, problems and achievements of agriculture modernization. This later was utilized to evaluate how modernization of agriculture has been operating in relation to food security and the Right to adequate food. In this evaluation, the study shows how agriculture modernisation has enhanced and at the same time challenged the promotion, respect and the realization of the Right to adequate Food in Uganda. The realization of the Right to adequate food was looked at in terms of food security. Since the study was carried out with a Human Rights perspective, it gives a normative judgement of what modernization of agriculture ought to be and how it can enable the realization of the right to food.