From 2011-2014, AAH Uganda ran a livelihoods and food security project funded by the European Union which targeted 126,000 Ugandan nationals and 23,359 refugees in Kyangwali and Kiryandongo, Western Uganda. We designed the project to improve food security and household incomes through better farming and business practices. The project continues to have wide-ranging benefits for the target population. AAH Uganda is a country programme of Action Africa Help International (AAH-I), an African-led, not-for-profit humanitarian and development agency based in Nairobi, Kenya that supports livelihood-challenged communities to sustainably improve their well-being and standard of living. With other country programmes in South Sudan, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya, AAH-I has more than 20 years’ experience working with communities in conflict and post-conflict situations, including refugees, internally displaced people and host communities.