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Supporting Pastoralism and Agriculture
in Recurrent and Protracted Crises

Uganda has a population of almost 43 million people. Around 70 per cent of working Ugandans are employed in agriculture, a sector which contributes 25 per cent to GDP. Almost 6 out of 10 families in the country depend on livestock for their livelihoods. Rangelands cover almost half of Uganda - areas that are mainly home to pastoral communities.  11 per cent of the country’s population is between 15 and 19.

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Livelihoods and markets in protracted conflict: a review of evidence and practice - Annexes

Supplementary information for the rapid evidence review on livelihoods and markets in protracted conflict. The annexes comprise a compendium of country studies and grids of interventions.

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