Meeting with A team from CGIAR

Officials from CGIAR (Research Program on Roots, Tubers and Banana)

CHAIN in Jinja Exhibition

CHAIN tent with products during the Jinja exhibition show

CHAIN Staffs on a field Visit

Some of the CHAIN staff members pictured with farmers during a field Visit

CEO Meets with Farmers

Dr. Apollo Kasharu, The CEO of CHAIN Uganda with one of the farmers in Arua District

Demo of Potato Silage Making

A CHAIN staff member demonstrates the sweet potato Silage making process

Welcome to CHAIN UGANDA

CHAIN is an Acronym for Coalition for Health Agriculture and Income Networks.

It was established in 2008 as a community based organization in Mpigi-Uganda, our primary focus was to serve farming communities in response to widespread household poverty, food security, poor health and social welfare all of which stemmed from lack of coordinated efforts in agriculture, nutrition and enterprise development interventions in Uganda. …

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Our Mission

To promote access and utilization of quality agro-technologies, agricultural health and safety, and business development services.

Our Vision

Improved quality of life of present and future generations.

Our Recent Projects

Cassava Seed System

CHAIN Uganda, in partnership with NARO/NaCRRI is implementing the commercialisation of cassava seed systems project in

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Local Seed Business

CHAIN Uganda initiated a local seed business(LSB) programme aimed at producing quality seed of locally adapted crops and varieties for local markets

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Sweet Potato Silage

chain Uganda was subcontracted by international potato centre (CIP) to operationalize in Masaka district the project is expading utilization RTB

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Nutrition Project

CHAIN is promoting seed production of local vegetables produced by the department of agriculture Uganda Christian University Mukono. They train the

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Central to our work was building capacity of small holder farmers through supporting formation and coordination of self-help groups to effectively transition from subsistence levels to commercial farming for improved incomes and livelihood. It’s all done through enabling access to inputs in terms of appropriate technologies such as improved seeds, agro research and farm management systems, microfinance and access to markets.

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Interniship

There are a wide range of Voluntary and internship opportunities at CHAIN Uganda. Volunteers activities

  1. Agricultural research and policy
  2. Agricultural value chains and market research dynamics
  3. Community nutrition support programs
  4. Community development

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CHAIN Shop

At CHAIN UGANDA We have So many agricultural products available for sale. What you have to do is to browse through our gallery and pick your favorite product (s) and then place an order for the desired quantity, we will be able to deliver them to you.





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