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Climate adaptation and crop productivity in coffee-based farming systems of Uganda
(Mulinde, C. (2021). Climate adaptation and crop productivity in coffee-based farming systems of Uganda. (Unpublished PhD dissertation). Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, 2021-12-20)
Climate change is expected to negatively affect crop productivity in several agro-ecological zones, especially in East Africa resulting in a deterioration of farm-households’ livelihoods and incomes. Whereas adaptation to ...
Stability and genetic diversity of cowpea elite lines in Uganda
(Makerere University, 2022-10)
Cowpea yields in farmers’ fields continue to be low because of multiple stresses exacerbated by adverse effects of climate change. Therefore, there is a need to develop new cowpea varieties that have combined resilience ...
Variation in small holder farmers’ perceptions and vulnerability to climate change in the Kyoga Plains of Uganda
(Makerere University, 2022)
The study investigated the variation in the perception of, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change risks in relation to the socio-economic characteristics of small holder farmers in the Kyoga plains of Uganda. The ...
Analysis of the climate change adaptation practices in the coffee-banana system in Lwengo district
(Makerere University, 2023)
This study examined climate change adaptation practices in the coffee-banana farming system in Lwengo district of Uganda. The study aimed at determining the impacts of climate change shocks in the coffee-banana system, ...
Evaluating the impact of local scale groundwater abstraction on groundwater storage under changing climate in Mpologoma Sub-Catchment, Eastern Uganda
(Makerere University, 2023-11)
Freshwater is an important resource for sustainable socio-economic development around the world. Groundwater that forms 33% of freshwater around the globe is used to support livelihoods and ecosystem services, yet the ...