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Ms. Julian Barungi

JulianMs. Barungi Julian Barungi is a Research Fellow. She holds a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Land Use and Management both obtained from Makerere University. Julian’s research interests are in the areas of agri-food system governance, intellectual property rights and agricultural development, food security, seed systems and forest governance.
Email: julian.barungi@acode-u.org


Naluwairo, R., and Barungi, J,. Ensuring the Sustainable Availability of Affordable Quality Seeds and Planting Materials in Uganda: A Review of Uganda’s Draft National Seed Policy. ACODE Policy Research Series, No. 63, 2014.

Barungi, J., Agri-food System Governance in Uganda: A Case of Tororo District, Kampala, ACODE Policy Research Series No. 61, 2013.

Barungi, J., Confronting the Food Insecurity Problem: A Case of Mukono district, Kampala, ACODE Infosheet No. 18, 2012.

Ntambirweki-Karugonjo, B., and Barungi, J (2012). Agri-food System Governance and Service Delivery: A Case Study of Mukono District. ACODE Policy Research Series, No. 57, 2012.

Meijknecht, A., Barungi, J., Tumushabe, G., De Jonge, B., De Vries, K., Vienia, M (2011). Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) and the Agricultural Research Sector: The Road to a More Balanced IP Policy Regime in Uganda. Wolf Legal Publishers, Nijmegen, 2011.

De Jonge, B., Tumushabe, G., Barungi, J., Louwaars, N (2011). Agricultural seeds that reduce hunger and poverty: Policies, perceptions and practices in intellectual property rights. In: Van Genugten, et al. Harnessing Intellectual Property Rights for Development Objectives: The Double Role of IPRs in the Context of Facilitating MDGs Nos. 1 and 6. Wolf Legal Publishers, Nijmegen, 2011.