At a Glance
|Start Date||Q1 2018|
|Approved Budget||USD 290 166|
The main objective is to identification of the optimum irrigation scheme equipped with the most appropriate renewable energy technology for irrigation system based on sustainable water management principles as well as with market-based strategy to build or support commercial farms to maximize revenue generation potential either to domestic and export markets and contribute to the nation’s economic growth and job creation.
The project will be achieve the following outputs:
Output 1: A pre-feasibility study assessing medium to large scale irrigation of commercial farming based on renewable energy solutions and sustainable water management principles for 10 potential project sites in Uganda.
Output 2: Business plans of medium to large scale irrigation of commercial farming based on renewable energy solutions and sustainable water management principles for at least 2 most promising project sites. The business plans need to include identified investment partners who are willing to invest in the project.
News • January 15, 2016
By Daniel Muñoz-Smith, GGGI Communications Specialist A recent World Bank study has forecast that over 100 million of the world’s most vulnerable people could be pushed into poverty if adequate steps are not taken to address the impacts of climate change. Rising temperatures could also make some parts of the world inhospitable by the end […]
News • July 28, 2018
Due to its hilly topography, several areas of Rwanda are located in high risk zones. Natural disasters – and landslides in particular – have the potential to derail economic development affecting communities in terms of damaged infrastructure, displacement and loss of life. Areas of Rwanda have been repeatedly affected by flooding, however, climate change and […]
News • October 1, 2018
Kampala, October 1 – GGGI is currently supporting the Climate Change Department (CCD) of the Ministry of Water and Environment to develop an operational Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) framework to strengthen the Climate Change Department CCD (MWE). GGGI has been working with the ministry to improve institutional arrangements for GHG data collection and processing […]
Supporting the Implementation of the Green Growth Framework for Fiji – Phase 2
|Start Date||Q1 2017|
|Approved Budget||USD 2 029 000|