Use and Conservation of Indigenous Fruit Tree Diversity
For Improved Livelihoods in Uganda
Livelihoods and incomes of rural communities can be improved through growing, processing and marketing products from Indigenous Fruit Trees.
However, until recently there has been limited quantitative evidence to support this.
This book therefore presents findings of a project on Use and Conservation of Indigenous Tree Diversity for Improved Livelihoods in Uganda.
It is aimed at students, researchers, government, NGOs, development agencies and practitioners in agroforestry.
Paul holds a honours BSc.
Forestry and due to graduate with MSc.
Environmental and Natural Resources of Makerere University.
He has been involved in research for half a decade.
His interest is in sustainable utilization of natural resources.