The Quality Assurance for Fish Marketing Project (QAFMP), implemented by the
Department of fisheries Resources (DFR) with funding support from the Icelandic
International Development Agency (ICEIDA), was aimed at reducing poverty and
improving the livelihoods of people in fish dependent mmunities on Lakes Kyoga
and Albert. The activities included construction of landing sites and offices for District
Fisheries Officers (DFOs) and training for Beach Management Units (BMUs), fish
inspectors and DFOs, among others.
A baseline survey for the project conducted in 2009 had gaps that could not allow
assessment of project performance in the outcome and i pact indicators to be made.
This study was to reconstruct the baseline data, aligned to impact and outcome
indicators on the project logframe and results framework, against which project
achievements could be assessed.