The land is strategically situated in the Bulambuli District, Eastern Uganda located 270km from
Kampala and 40km from Mbale and approx.130km from the Kenya – Uganda Boarder via Busia.
The site is serviced by multiple rivers and adequate rainfall and the residing soil characterized as having high natural fertility (high CEC and nutrient content) and high water holding capacity.
The plot comprises two contiguous parcels of land adding to ca. 22,600 acres. Roughly 16,000 acres expected to be suitable for cultivation (effect. 70% of total area).
Detailed crop analysis has been carried out with choice of crops being considered including rice,
maize, sesame, soybeans and cassava.
In addition to cultivation, the land can be used to house storage silos, low-tech processing and other ancillaries, depending on the crop.
The land was purchased from the local community and the titles are clear and in the name of the
sponsor. The term of the leasehold land is for 99 years starting November 2008 with a ground rent of approximately $1,000 pa .
• The transaction offers: a large land bank that can be opportunistically utilized for a multitude of
uses, including and not limited to primary agriculture (an opportunity exists to create a large agricultural hub in East Africa)
• The land is strategically situated near the tri-border area of Kenya, Uganda, and Sudan
allowing produce to be sold easily in three major markets in East Africa.
To date, the sponsor has:
• Invested in land access (road and bridge works)
• Cleared ca. 1,300 acres of land; and
• Engaged 3rd party consultants to conduct various
• Studies required to plan and commence
• An aerial survey (completed)
• Soil and water tests (completed)
• Hydrological report (draft)
• Business strategy incl. crop analysis (draft)
Contact us on 0782186440 or 0702815945 to start up negotiations for a future investment