Scaling Up of Improved Poultry Breeds in Uganda: Review of Successful Scaling of Agricultural Technologies
This report provides summary findings and conclusions from the scaling-up of Kuroiler chickens through commercial pathways in Uganda from 2009 to the present. It is part of a series of studies looking at successful scaling-up of agricultural innovations in developing countries. The United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Bureau for Food Security commissioned the E3 Analytics and Evaluation Project to conduct these studies as part of its efforts to scale up the impact of the Feed the Future food security initiative. The goal of these studies is to produce lessons learned and, ultimately, guidance for USAID and its country Missions interested in integrating a commercial pathways approach to scaling-up into project designs, procurements, and implementation.