18 June 2019, Entebbe, Uganda - Three-day workshop held in Uganda to discuss challenges faced from formulating the country’s first NAP - launched in November 2018 - and how lessons learnt can be applied in other similar processes.
28 November 2018, Uganda - The Government of Uganda launched its first ever National Adaptation Plan for the Agriculture Sector (NAP-Ag), which will guide mainstreaming of climate change in agriculture sector policies, plans and budgets.
24 October 2018, Kampala - A workshop takes place to help decision-makers better use a variety of impact evaluation (IE) tools. With these tools, policy-makers can select adaptation interventions in an evidence-based manner, and thus advance their adaptation planning processes.
9 - 24 February 2017, Uganda - Over three weeks, Parliamentarians, district local government officials and central government leaders in Uganda participated in trainings on mainstreaming gender in climate change adaptation activities in the agriculture sectors. The series of three workshops was organized and facilitated by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations together with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) under the “Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans” (NAP-Ag) Programme.
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Mr. Mutabazi, who works at the Ministry of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries, Agricultural Infrastructure and Water for Production, shares in this video his views about the importance of integrating the agriculture sectors in the country’s National Adaptation Plan (NAP). Uganda is planning and implementing climate change adaptation interventions to help reduce vulnerability and enhance resilience for farmers, fishers, foresters and communities. The majority of communities in Uganda depend on agriculture for food and income.