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EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
EMRC Uganda Focus - Maggie Kigozi
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  • 1. By Prof. Maggie Kigozi Executive Director Uganda Investment AuthorityFOOD SECURITY: A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 3-6 OCTOBER, 2010 MUNYONYO COMMONWEALTH RESORT 1
  • 2. 1. Political Stability/ Security2. Economic Stability3. Good Infrastructure4. Markets5. Productive, competitive labour/Women6. Liberalised Banking and Finance7. Streamlined Government machinery8. Justice9. Dialogue10. Quality of Life11. Incentives (Icing on the Cake!) 2
  • 3. Vision of National Development Plan (NDP) “ A transformed Ugandan Society from a peasant to a modern & prosperous country within 30 years.”Elements of NDP Stability & Peace Knowledge based economy Exploitation of resources gainfully & sustainably A strong federated East Africa with an effective African Common market, …. Private Sector Led Economy 11/25/2010 |
  • 4. Vision Make Uganda the leading investment destination.Mission “Promote and facilitate investment projects ,provide serviced land and advocate for competitive business environment”. 4
  • 5. 12000000000 10000000000 8000000000 6000000000 4000000000 2000000000 0 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009Source: UIA Database 11/25/2010 | 5
  • 6. Achievements: Planned Employment, 1991-2009 500000 Employmentntt 400000 300000 200000 100000 0 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 YearSource: UIA Database 11/25/2010 | 6
  • 7. Achievements in FDI Annual FDI Inflows : 1990 - 2008 900 800 700 600Value (US$ mill.) 500 400 300 200 100 0 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 -100 Source: Various UNCTAD WIRs 11/25/2010 | 7
  • 8. SECTOR PERFORMANCE 1991 - 2009 Sector Performance 1991 - 2009 Mining & Quarrying 3% Community & Personal svcs 3% Electricity, Gas & Water Construction Manufacturing 7% 7% 28%Wh & Ret, Cat & Accom Svs 12% Fin, Ins, Real Est & Biz Svs 15% Transport, Storage & Comm Agriculture 12% 13% 8
  • 9. 1. Climate2. Water3. Land4. Organic5. Market 9
  • 10. Poverty Reduction vs Millennium Development GoalsSource: MFPED 10
  • 11. MARKET Uganda - 32* million East Africa - 130* million Great Lakes Reg -190* million COMESA - 19 member countries - 400 million people. - Imports over US$ 170bn p.a. AGOA - US EU – EBAUGANDA China – Easy Access Japan – over 173 agric. products Etc. *Source: CIA World Fact Book - 2009 11/25/2010 | 11
  • 12.  Leaders Vision Strategy Plan Land Human Resource Tourism Agriculture Minerals Infrastructure 12
  • 13. Lions on the Move 13
  • 14. Africa Growth Rate
  • 15. Africa Growth Rate
  • 16. Agriculture ( Crops and Livestock)Information & Communication TechnologyTourismServices (Education, Medical & Finance)MiningEnergy for Rural Transformation
  • 17. Floriculture Horticultural Products Fruits GrowingCrops and Processing Vegetables
  • 18. Palm oil Horticultural Growing ProductsCrops and Oil seeds Processing Soya Beans Sun Flower
  • 19. Coffee Horticultural Growing ProductsCrops and Oil seeds Processing Coffee, Tea, Cotton Cotton Tea
  • 20. Cage Farming Cattle, Goats Pigs Nile Perch Growing/rear FishLivestock and Processing Fish Fillet Processing
  • 21. Cattle, Goats Pigs Growing/rear FishLivestock and Ostrich Processing Fowl Turkey Chicken
  • 22.  Agriculture - The science or practice of cultivating the land and keeping or breeding animals (I.T Act) Agro-Processing - in relation to agricultural products of pastoral, agricultural, or other farming operations, means an industrial or manufacturing process that substantially transforms or converts raw agricultural produce in order to convert the produce into a different chemical or physical states and includes the activities that take place between slaughter or harvest of the raw product in order to change it or preserve it (I.T Act)
  • 23.  Seeds for Sowing - All seeds spores and cut plants, imported specially treated Chemically defined compounds used as fertilizers Imported inputs by persons engaged in horticulture, aquaculture, agriculture or floriculture Poultry parent stock imported by persons engaged in poultry farming Preparations for cleaning dairy apparatus Refrigerated trucks ,insulated tankers and Heat insulated milk tanks for the dairy industry
  • 24.  The income of a person derived from the exportation of finished consumer and capital goods for a period of ten years where the person exports at least 80% of his or her production of goods. The income of a person derived from agro- processing where the person invests in new plant and machinery to process agricultural products for final consumption & processes agricultural products grown or produced in Uganda
  • 25. VAT Exempted or Zero rated The supply of unprocessed foodstuffs, including  The supply of specialized agricultural products and vehicles, plant and machinery, livestock; feasibility studies, engineering designs, The supply of machinery used consultancy services and civil for the processing of works related to agriculture. agricultural or dairy products;  Supply of goods or services Supply of packaging materials where the good or services exclusively used by the milling are exported from Uganda as industry for packaging milled part of the supply; products;  The supply of milk, including milk treated in any way to Supply of packaging materials preserve it; exclusively used by the diary  The supply of seeds, industry for packing milk fertilizers, pesticides, and The supply of feeds for poultry hoes and livestock  The supply of cereals, where the cereals are grown, milled The supply of machinery, tools or produced in Uganda; and implements suitable for use only in agriculture; 25
  • 26.  30% on Specialized trucks, trailers, tractors, plant & machinery used in farming & manufacturing 20% on Farming Costs. i.e. labor quarters, immovable buildings, fences, dips, drains, water & electricity supply works and other works necessary for the farm 20% on Horticulture costs incurred on acquisition of horticultural plant and/or on Construction of a green house. 50-75% on cost base of plant & machinery.
  • 27.  Duty free import of Inputs for use in the manufacture of agricultural equipment imported by a manufacturer. Interest earned by a financial institution on a loan granted to any person for the purpose of farming, forestry, fish farming, bee keeping, animal and poultry husbandry or similar operations is exempt from income tax – this is to encourage financial institutions to lend to sector. Supply of veterinary services & equipment is VAT exempt Bank guarantee to purchase equipment by government through some commercial banks (max of 10% interest rate, tenure up to 8 years, etc)
  • 28. KIBP MASTER PLAN North: 100.1 Ha Yellow: Residential areas Cyan: Business, Commercial, Leisure South-A: 126.9 Ha Magenta: Industrial plots Maroon: Rail-served industry (South-C Sector) Violet: Inland Container Depots (South-B Sector) Blue: Common services (freight Village, sewerage, electrical and waste) Brown: Institutional (Health Centres, Pro Training Centres,South-B: 294,5 Ha Conference halls) South-C: 375.2 Ha Red: Industrial Export Processing Zone, Business Process Outsourcing Uganda Investment Authority 11/25/2010 | 28
  • 29. Crops Livestock1. Tilda 1. Sameer2. BIDCO 2. Jesa3. Mt. Meru4. Maganjo 3. UgaChick5. Brittania 4. Bee Natural6. Star Coffee 5. Bokomo7. Coca Cola Juice (new) 30
  • 30. 150,000 100,000 50,000 - 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Value $000 103,309 142,691 145,837 124,711 124,436 Volume 31,808 39,201 36,461 31,681 24,965Source: UBOS 31
  • 31. o Success Story Kaweri Coffee Ltd500,000400,000300,000200,000100,000 - 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Exports by Quantity Exports by Value $ 000
  • 32. Uganda – Overall Perceptions of Severity of ConstraintsHighest• Risky rains High•Access potentially •Unstable markets Moderatethere but affordability •Land rights (newv. Poor for finance Land Act in place but •Non-road Modest•Inadequate/poor local community inadequate publicroads resistance to large facilities(esp.cold land allocation to •Unsupportive•Limited irrigated area rooms, etc) outsiders). research and•Lack of special •Poor sector •Good policies but developmentsupport to domestic image: agric poor implementation agendainvestors (poor access •Poor looked down uponby them to key affordability/accessib and tradingdecision makers ility of yield- preferredrelative to foreigners; enhancing inputs; •Cumbersomeno preferential terms poor proceduresfor locals) quality/counterfeits on market•Low access and high •Unfair competitioncost of public utilities from subsidised &(esp. Power) free (food aid)•Corruption importsSource: Private Sector Investments in Eastern African Agriculture – FAO & PTA Bank 33
  • 33. 1. NAADS/Research2. Extension services3. Airlines4. Improved road infrastructure5. Government/Private Sector Dialogue – PIRT, PSFU, UMA, UNCCI, Ministry of Agriculture 34
  • 34.  UGANDA INVESTMENT AUTHORITY, P.O.Box 7418 Kampala Tel: +256 41 301000 Fax: +256 41 342 903 Email: info@ugandainvest.com Website: www.ugandainvest.com Thank you for listening to me! 35

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