Bilateral collaboration with Uganda

Last changed: 24 August 2023

SLU has been actively engaged in bilateral cooperation with Uganda, financed by Sida. between 2010-2022. The main focus has been research capacity development, which has been crucial for the continuous and existent research collaboration in Uganda.

Totally around 125 co-written publications has been produced since 2010 between SLU and Ugandan researchers. Today there are a number of ongoing research at SLU focusing on the Ugandan context, within various fields such as resilient food systems, global health and climate change. One example is Dryland Transform, an interdisciplinary research project in the border region between Kenya and Uganda. 

Earlier cooperations with Uganda

Research training in Uganda 2010-2015 

Research capacity development 2015-2022