Peace, Recovery and Development Plan for Northern Uganda
The Government of Uganda (GoU) officially launched the Peace, Recovery and Development Plan for Northern Uganda (PRDP) in October 2007 and began implementation on 1 July 2008. The PRDP is a commitment by the GoU to stabilise and recover Northern Uganda in the next three years through a set of coherent programmes in one organising framework.
The National Agricultural Advisory Services
The National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) is a new program of the government of Uganda put in place to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of agricultural extension service. It is a semi-autonomous body formed under NAADS Act of June 2001 with a mandate to develop a demand driven, farmer-led agricultural service delivery system targeting the poor subsistence farmers, with emphasis to women, youth and people with disabilities. Its development goal is to enhance rural livelihoods by increasing agricultural productivity and profitability in a sustainable manner.Read More
The Northern Uganda Social Action Fund
The Northern Uganda Social Action Fund (NUSAF) is a government organization in Uganda with $100 million of funding from the World Bank. The goal of NUSAF is to help local communities in the 18 districts of northern Uganda that have been ravaged by conflict over the last 20 years. This money is given directly to members of the community so they can invest in infrastructure and training for long-term development. Labora Farms in Acholiland is a principal example of NUSAF's projects in Uganda.