This strategic plan depicts the direction that the Agroforestry Research Programme (AFRP) of the National Forestry Resources Research Institute (NaFORRI) is going to take from 2016/2017 to 2025/2026. This programme was instituted to unlock the vast potential for agroforestry to increase productivity, profitability and diversity of farm production in Uganda. Therefore, it will generate and disseminate technologies for growing trees on farms in order to optimize crop and livestock productivity, provide multiple tree products and conserve natural resources. Integration of tree on farm increases land productivity through soil fertility improvement, soil erosion control and biological nitrogen fixation and household income through the sale of forest products. In doing this, the programme is contributing to several national and global development frameworks like the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), The East African Community Treaty, The Constitution of Uganda 1995, Uganda Vision 2040, the second National Development Plan (NDPII), Agricultural Sector Support Programme (ASSP) 2016/2017 – 2020/2021, NARO Strategic Plan (2010 – 2019) and The National Forestry and Tree Planting Act (2003).