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Our products vary and collected from all farmers of the ACE in Kiboga Districts
Beans are annual plants grown for their edible seeds and occasionally for the leaves that are eaten as vegetables.
There are many varieties of beans but in Uganda, the common ones include Nambale, K131, K132, NABE 2, NABE 3 and NABE 4. These are bush beans while the climbing types include NABE (7C, 8C, 9C, 10C) and NABE12.
Ready Market Beans have an already market in homes, schools, barracks, hospitals. Besides the local market, the regional market for beans continues to grow everyday. There is growing market for beans across borders in Rwanda, South Sudan, and DR Congo. So, a farmer who is investing in growing beans is better placed. In 2014, this paper reported that revenue collected from beans exported to DRC according to market information from Uganda Exports Promotions Board earned the country $1.15(Shs3b) out of the total $ 1.42(Shs3.7b exports.
Uganda is one of the world’s major Robusta producers. Some Arabica is also grown in different highland areas of the country, most notably on the slopes of Mount Elgon on the border with Kenya and on the slopes of the Mount Rwenzori, popularly known as the ‘mountains of the moon’ on the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Some Arabica coffee is also grown in the West Nile region in north western part of the country.
In Uganda, smallholders intercrop their coffee trees with traditional food crops, usually utilizing the shade of banana trees and other shade trees. In these self sustaining conditions, coffee is left to grow naturally, flowering on average twice a year.
Maize is one of the major staple foods in Uganda. Its production has increased over the years as people change their consumption trends. It has evolved from a purely subsistence to a successful commercial crop. Maize in Uganda is sold mainly for food in schools, relief by World Food Programme (WFP) or export to neighboring countries such as Kenya, Rwanda and Burundi. Maize production has improved in Uganda with the adoption of improved technologies by farmers. These technologies include improved seeds like hybrid and open pollinated varieties, timely planting, proper spacing and timely weeding and harvesting.
On average estimated as the annual Uganda maize production. About 90% is used for national human consumption, locally and regionally and 10% for animal feeds like Maize bran.

The cooperative society after Hunger Project terminated its operations with Kiboga Epicenter to address the prevailing marketing conditions of their produce (maize, beans and coffee) in their areas of operation – Kiboga & Kyankwanzi districts and surrounding areas. .