The third Karamoja Integrated Development Plan (hereafter KIDP3) covers the period 2021/22 to 2025/26. The design of the KIDP3 was preceded by a review of the performance of the KIDP2, both of which were commissioned by the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) and Ministry for Karamoja Affairs (MfKA), and supported by the Karamoja Resilience Support Unit (KRSU) of Tufts University.
This Policy Brief explores the role of agriculture in Karamoja’s development, and in particular, the need to support balanced and integrated livestock-crop strategies.
This review by the KRSU examines policy and programming on livestock and crop production in Karamoja’s drylands, and makes recommendations to take account of Karamoja’s unique environment within Uganda.
This review examines regional policies and programming initiatives in East Africa and the Horn of Africa related to pastoral areas development, and their relevance to the Karamoja Region of Uganda.
The Karamoja Integrated Development Plan is a strategy and framework to enhance coordination efforts in addressing development gaps in the Karamoja region