An agricultural information scoping study was conducted in seven districts across the Teso and Lango farming systems in NE Uganda from January 2000 to January 2001. The most important sources of agricultural information for intermediary organisations were the local public extension services (FEWs), AT(U) and the national agricultural res4rch system. AT(U) has the widest sphere and capacity of the NGOs to disseminate information on agriculture.
Linkages with other NGOs, CB0s, universities (MUK), UNFA and Radio Uganda were cited by intermediary org11 isations as important sources of information much less frequently than those above. Linkages between civil society intermediaries and church-based development organisations, and private sector organisations were also occasionally mentioned.