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Global Coffee Consumption To Rise By 800,000 Bags As Uganda Earns Shs219bn From December Exports

Bros Coffee takes post harvest-handling seriously  Uganda’s coffee exports in December 2022 amounted to 418,829 60-kilo bags worth US$ 59.54 million (Shs219bn), Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) has revealed in its recently released monthly report for December 2022. This comprised 331,476 bags of Robusta valued at US $40.55 million and

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Oil & Gas

92 Contracts Worth Shs3.7 Trillion Awarded At CNOOC’s Kingfisher Project In Less Than A Year As Ugandan Companies Share Shs995.6bn

Ernest N.T. Rubondo, the Executive Director at Petroleum Authority of Uganda says about $580 Million (Shs2.13 trillion) is expected to be invested in KFDA in 2023 Ugandans are increasingly benefiting from the ongoing oil activities . Speaking at the commissioning of spudding(Commencement of Drilling) of Kingfisher Oilfield wells on Tuesday in Buhuka,

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Oil & Gas

First Oil In Sight: Museveni Hopeful Of More Oil Discovery As Drilling Starts At CNOOC’s Kingfisher Oilfield

President Museveni (in white shirt) is joined by other officials to commission  the spudding(Commencement of Drilling) of Kingfisher Oilfield wells. President Yoweri Museveni Tuesday officially commissioned the spudding/drilling of oil wells for Kingfisher oilfield in Buhuka, Kikuube district as Uganda moves to have her first oil in 2025. This is

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Agribusiness

Interview: Nkandu, The Pioneer Of 3mx1m Coffee Spacing Method In Uganda Reveals Secrets For Attaining Higher Yields

 Nkandu says 3mx1m spacing gives higher yields once science is applied/NUCAFE photo  Joseph Nkandu, the Executive Director of the National Union of Coffee Agribusiness and Farm Enterprises (NUCAFE), is the man who introduced the 3mx1m Robusta coffee spacing method in Uganda. He learnt about the method during his visit to

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Uganda Targets To Earn Shs5.5 Trillion From Coffee By 2025 As Value Addition Takes Centre Stage

Justine Kasule Lumumba, the Minister, Office of the Prime Minister (General Duties) making her remarks Government is committed to investing in coffee value addition and transforming Uganda’s economy, Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja has said. In a message delivered by Justine Kasule Lumumba, the Minister, Office of the Prime Minister (General

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AgribusinessAnalysis & Opinions

Why Coffee Stakeholders Want Gov’t To Rescind Decision To Merge UCDA With MAAIF

Prof. Ezra Suruma says the existence of UCDA as an institution has been indispensable to the orderly expansion of the coffee sub sector. Coffee stakeholders have unanimously urged Government to consider rescinding a decision to merge Uganda Coffee Development Authority (UCDA) with the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF),

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