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INTERVIEW: Founder Of Uganda’s Largest Maize Farm Speaks Out On Their Success Story

Agilis Partners is Uganda’s largest maize and oilseed farming company and a leading exporter of grains from Uganda to the East African region.  Agilis Partners Uganda, an initiative of American investors is made up of Asili Farms and the Joseph Initiative Ltd. The Group does its farming activities in Masindi

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CurrenciesFeaturedMarkets

Currency Watch: Uganda Shilling Weakens Slightly As Demand For Dollars Goes Up

The Uganda shilling was stable in the first half of the trading week ending 27th September 2019,  maintaining a narrow range supported by inflows mainly from nongovernmental organizations end of month conversions, but mildly weakened in closing session as some demand mainly from the manufacturing sector emerged. Trading was in

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AgribusinessFeaturedSuccess Story

Asili Farms: Lessons For Farmers From Masindi’s 3,000-Hectare Maize Plantation

On September 23-24, 2019, a group of journalists including myself visited Asili Farms located in Masindi and Kiryandongo districts (Kiryandongo was curved out of Masindi district a few years ago), approximately 217 kilometres (by road), North-West of Kampala, Uganda's capital city. Asili Farms is an initiative of American investors and

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New Energy “Book Billions At Play” Describes Workable Solutions For Africa’s Infrastructure Challenges

Leading African energy attorney NJ Ayuk does not believe in handouts as a long-term strategy for impoverished people or nations. But he does think that the companies working on the continent have a responsibility to help their host nations build the infrastructure necessary to expand industrialization. Bruce Falkenstein, Joint Operations

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Three Ugandan Coaches Shortlisted For Arsenal “Future Stars” Training Opportunity

Today, WorldRemit and Arsenal announced that 16 applicants from Africa have been shortlisted for its Future Stars programme. Of these 16 coaches, eight are women.   Among the shortlisted are three Ugandan coaches. WorldRemit and Arsenal launched the second edition of the Future Stars programme in August to recognise the valuable

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