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Uganda
Ozone Unit Contact Persons
  Ministry: National Environment Management Authority (NEMA)
Address: NEMA House, Plot 17/19/21, Jinja Road
P.O. Box 22255
Kampala, Uganda
Contact: Ms. Margaret Aanyu
Position: Environment Impact Assessment Officer/ ODS Officer
Tel: (256-414) 25 1064/5/8
Fax: (256-414) 25 7521/23 2680
E-mail: magaanyu@hotmail.com
 
Methyl Bromide Trend Analysis
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Methyl Bromide Usage Sector
 

In Uganda, 70% of MB is being utilized in soil sterilization for flower cultivation, comprising of Roses, gerbera foliage, tropical flowers and chrysanthemum plant cuttings covering an area of about 140 hectares. A total of 22 flower firms are presently engaged in this industry

10% of Uganda's MB is used for fumigation in large storage facilities (for stored commodities such as maize, coffee, rice, beans, groundnuts, hides and skins, horntips)

20% of Uganda's MB is used for treatment of fish maws.

 
Approved Methyl bromide Multilateral Funds Projects
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Ratification Status
Instrument Ratification Status Action in Progress
Vienna Convention (1985) 6/24/1988 Ratified  
Montreal Protocol (1987) 9/15/1988 Ratified  
London Amendment (1990) 1/20/1994 Ratified  
Copenhagen Amendment (1992) 11/22/1999 Ratified  
Montreal Protocol (1997) 11/23/1999 Ratified  
Beijing Amendment (1999) 27/07/2007 Ratified  
 
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