Climate change experts have warned that Coffee and Banana production in Uganda will be affected by climate change as temperatures are expected to rise by 2 degrees Celsius in the next few decades.
This was disclosed during a half day workshop organized as part of the International Course,
In his opening remarks, the Deputy Principal, CAES Prof. Frank Kansiime told participants that climate change is no longer an issue but how to handle it.
An international Accreditation Team of seven experts on February 8, 2012 spend a full day at Makerere University to evaluate the approved program, Master of Science in Integrated Watershed Management (MSc. IWM ) for international accreditation.
The Parliamentary Committee on Science and Technology has pledged its commitment to support the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences in terms of finance, advocacy and marketing to ensure that her products and activities are known to the public.
The committee led by Vice chairperson Eng. Kafeero Ssekitoleko was on
The committee visited the Food parlor, the Food Technology and Business Incubation Center (FTBIC), inspected a few laboratories and commended the University for the job welldone,
A subsistence farmer, Senfuka Henry of North Zone Muwaguza Wakiso district
Assistant Researcher Robert Natumanya said the farmer sought help for this technology after several attempts to get the boar failed,
Makerere University College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (MUCAES) is developing a grand plan to relocate the college at Kabanyolo. The relocation is to be affected within 5 to 10 years in phases at an estimated cost of UGX 250 billion.
The repositioning of the college is aimed at developing modern infrastructure to enhance innovative teaching, learning, and research and outreach services that are responsive to emerging national and global needs in agricultural development, sustainable use of natural resources and environmental management.