Other Reports and Information

Livelihood diversification trends, risks, and programming implications

Livelihood diversification trends, risks, and programming implications

Benefits and Risks of Alternative Livelihoods in Karamoja

February 2016
Can Markets Work for the Turkana Pastoralists? An Analysis of Livestock Market Systems in Turkana County

Can Markets Work for the Turkana Pastoralists? An Analysis of Livestock Market Systems in Turkana County

The following assessment was carried out in order to provide a contextual analysis of the livestock market systems in Turkana County. This analysis aims to contribute to an understanding of the wider context of pastoralist livestock systems that will fit into MAP͛'s existing livestock strategy.

By ACTED October 2014
Community-Based Animal Health Workers in the Horn of Africa: An Evaluation for the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance

Community-Based Animal Health Workers in the Horn of Africa: An Evaluation for the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance

Evaluation of USAID Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA)-funded Community-Based Animal Health Worker (CAHW) programs in the Horn of Africa

By Dawit Abebe, Geze Bekele, Andy Catley, Tim Leyland, Raphael Lotira March 2014
Status of Livestock Water Sources in Karamoja Sub-Region, Uganda

Status of Livestock Water Sources in Karamoja Sub-Region, Uganda

This paper provides key findings on the status of water sources for livestock watering in Karamoja, particularly in the districts of Napak, Moroto and Kotido.

By Egeru Anthony, Swidiq Mugerwa, Kayiwa Stephen January 2014
Community Based Resilience Analysis (CoBRA) Assessment Report

Community Based Resilience Analysis (CoBRA) Assessment Report

The first comprehensive CoBRA assessment in Uganda was undertaken in the districts of Kotido and Kaabong, Karamoja sub-region on the 15th-26th July 2013. This assessment builds on the initial field trial of the draft CoBRA tool undertaken in Karamoja in late 2012. The multi-agency assessment was jointly led by the UNDP DDC and the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM). This report outlines findings of the Kotido/Kaabong CoBRA assessment. It also incorporates key feedback and consolidated inputs.

January 2014
Nutrition Surveillance Data Analysis Karamoja, Uganda December 2009-May 2012

Nutrition Surveillance Data Analysis Karamoja, Uganda December 2009-May 2012

Between  December  2009  and  May  2012,  the  District  Health  Office  with  support  from ACF-USA implemented a UNICEF-funded nutrition project to reduce child mortality through strengthening the capacity of the Ministry of Health in detection and treatment of acute malnutrition in Uganda. One of the expected results of this project was to have a functional nutrition surveillance system established and strengthened in six districts within Karamoja region (Kaabong, Abim, Kotido, Moroto/Napak, Nakapiripirit, and Amudat).

By Action Against Hunger August 2013
Animal Health Sector Assessment Report (Abim, Kaabong, and Kotido)

Animal Health Sector Assessment Report (Abim, Kaabong, and Kotido)

The Animal Health sector assessment was conducted by the team of 3 members; Gratian, Juliet and Regina in Abim, Kotido, Kaabong and outside Karamoja in Lira, Soroti and Mbale to understand the systemic functionality; major players, development actors, support functions, loopholes and challenges, actor/agency relations, drug supply chain as well as the formal and informal rules governing the sector.

By Juliet Aduto, Regina Akello, Gratian Nareebah May 2013
Identification of Livestock Investment Opportunities in Uganda

Identification of Livestock Investment Opportunities in Uganda

The purpose of this study is to identify investment opportunities in the livestock sector in Uganda. Undertaken with financial support by the Netherlands Embassy (EKN) in Uganda, the study support’s EKN’s policy of stimulating food security and economic diplomacy in Uganda.

By Agriterra August 2012