KOICA inaugurated its Inclusive Business Solution Program (IBS) at the Makerere University Agricultural Research Institute, Kabanyolo, on Thursday August 30th. The objective of this project is to improve Ugandan farmers’ incomes and to offer them a better life through such methods as establishing business-model agriculture and livestock units.
Mr. Lee Junhee, the Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, stressed the importance of increasing incomes in agriculture sector in which a majority of Ugandans are engaged. He also mentioned that through this project modern agricultural business-model technology would be developed and spread throughout Uganda.
※ The article
regarding the Opening Day Workshop for KOICA IBS Program was published on
Tuesday September 4th in the New Vision newspaper.