ARF-1 factsheet: Cashew nuts for farmers’ income Uganda
“Cashew nuts for farmers’ income Uganda” is a Food & Business Applied Research Fund (ARF) project which received funding in the first ARF Call.
ARF projects tackle challenges related to food and nutrition security and private sector development in the 15 partner countries of Dutch development cooperation. They all stem from the knowledge and innovation needs of farmers, practitioners and policymakers. The research-driven innovations support new tools and technologies for food and nutrition security that should ultimately benefit the world’s most vulnerable people, especially women and children.
This ARF project has been finalized; in this factsheet the consortium shares its research findings.
Please download the factsheet with end results of this ARF-1 project.
In reference to tittle above, I feel it’s of great concern to write to on how to get fund to expand small farm of cashew such as mine.
I got good variety cashew and planted six a re , three year down the road , I can’t see any future of this. Our farm has 150 acre of registered custury land and we are looking forward to start production on large scale.