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The Success and Failure of Poverty Reduction in Uganda

The Success and Failure of Poverty Reduction in Uganda

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A Focus on Trade, with Special Reference to Small Businesses in Mbarara Town and District and their Link to Poverty Reduction”
This report is written by postgraduate student-consultants after a two week research trip to Uganda. Research was based on desk research and pre-fieldtrip preparation prior to arrival in Kampala and fieldwork in both Kampala and Mbarara. Our main area of focus has been an exploration of the role and potential of trade, with special reference to small enterprises, in poverty reduction. Since a majority of the poor in Mbarara are engaged in agricultural activities our area of research has been centred on matooke (banana) farmers.
Our primary purpose has been “to gain an improved understanding of
the factors behind Uganda’s early success in poverty reduction and the apparent recent reversal of this process”
A Focus on Trade, with Special Reference to Small Businesses in Mbarara Town and District and their Link to Poverty Reduction”
This report is written by postgraduate student-consultants after a two week research trip to Uganda. Research was based on desk research and pre-fieldtrip preparation prior to arrival in Kampala and fieldwork in both Kampala and Mbarara. Our main area of focus has been an exploration of the role and potential of trade, with special reference to small enterprises, in poverty reduction. Since a majority of the poor in Mbarara are engaged in agricultural activities our area of research has been centred on matooke (banana) farmers.
Our primary purpose has been “to gain an improved understanding of
the factors behind Uganda’s early success in poverty reduction and the apparent recent reversal of this process”

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Published by: The Bartlett Development Planning Unit - UCL on Feb 02, 2012
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Development Planning Unit, University College London1
st
June, 2007
FINAL REPORT
Field Trip to Mbarara, Uganda, 2
nd
May – 15
th
May, 2007“The Success and Failure of Poverty Reduction in Uganda: A Focus on Trade, withSpecial Reference to Small Businesses in Mbarara Town and District and their Link to Poverty Reduction”TEAM ONEStefan FeuersteinJonathan HowellsChukwudum MuonekeArese OgiemwonyiVasilis StouraitisMichael Ugwu
 
2This report is written by postgraduate student-consultants after a twoweek research trip to Uganda. Research was based on desk researchand pre-fieldtrip preparation prior to arrival in Kampala and fieldwork in both Kampala and Mbarara. Our main area of focus has been anexploration of the role and potential of trade, with special reference tosmall enterprises, in poverty reduction. Since a majority of the poor inMbarara are engaged in agricultural activities our area of research hasbeen centred on matooke (banana) farmers.Our primary purpose has been “to gain an improved understanding othe factors behind Uganda’s early success in poverty reduction and theapparent recent reversal of this process” -- Terms of Reference p.2
 
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Workload has been distributed as follows:
Background:
Arese Ogiemwonyi
Theoretical Framework:
Michael Ugwu
Mission Scope and Objectives:
Jonathan Howells and Vasilis Stouraitis
Methodology:
Stefan Feuerstein (Project Manager)
Institutional Landscape:
Chukwudum Muoneke
Findings and Recommendations:
Teamwork 

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