Kasirabo Holdings Ltd.


Concept Note for KHL

The value chain will provide a link with the private sector (dairy farms), which will provide an incentive to the farmer to produce more. The linkage with dairy farms and dairy development authority will sustain the development of knowledge and skills in milk production. Marketing and quality control. This will ensure that dairy farming is adopted as a business rather than just a subsistence activity.

Monitoring & Evaluation

The monitoring process will be participatory. The groups ‘leadership and extension workers will monitor the project using a number of agreed indicators developed with the farmers and report on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis. These reports will be utilised for checking progress of the project and for making decision at the group, region and national levels. Financial and narrative reports will be submitted to the donor-based Organs, and Government as stated in the agreement upon format. Kasirabo Holdings SMC LTD will be implementing a computerised management and information system and when it becomes fully operational the information generated in the field will be entered into the database and refined analyses and reports will be shared with all stakeholders including the Local government staff and district leaders.
This will improve performance tracking and enable fast decision making.


Kasirabo Holdings SMC LTD expects to learn a lot from this project in the areas of enterprise development chain management. Lessons learned will be drawn from routine monitoring and farm visits, from periodic reviews projects evaluations, organisation self-reviews, audits and other Action research leanings. Farmer exchange exposures visits shall help in the sharing of experiences learned. Kasirabo Holdings SMC LTD hopes to roll out the lessons from the project to all its other areas and will have keen interest in picking out outcomes for the benefit of it intended mandate. The primary beneficiaries of the lessons will be the 4 partners: Kasirabo Holdings SMC LTD, OWC/NAADS, NAGRIC & DB and Mubende District LG; secondary stakeholders will include other organisations operating within the target area e.g. government, civil society organisations, NGOs and Donors.