Uganda can be an industrial hub, a food basket for the region and a tourist destination centre.
It's a small country with much to dish out; she offers crystal clear lakes, misty forests, snow-capped mountains, emerald hills and wild life. Uganda boasts of the biggest number of bird species in Africa and most of them found in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
From fertile soils to a good climate, Uganda can prosper in agriculture; it is endowed with mineral deposits, including the coveted oil whose production starts in the next three years.
Therefore, Uganda can be an industrial hub, a food basket for the region and a tourist destination centre.
However, is that what it is now? The answer is no. So, what can be done? Our series show what Uganda can do with her resources and how they can be exploited.
Termed as What Uganda can be, the series give an interesting viewpoint for Uganda as it struggles to achieve a middle income status.