|Education||M.A. in Economics;
First Class B.S. Mathematics & Economics with Education, Makerere University
|STAAARS+ Research||Linking Agricultural Productivity, Market Performance, and Technology Use among Farmers in Uganda|
Dablin Mpuuga is a Development Economist with special interest in how agriculture and health interconnect for economic development in sub-Saharan Africa. Dablin holds a Masters of Arts in Economics and a First Class Bachelor of Science with Education (Mathematics & Economics), from Makerere University. Currently, Dablin is a Research Associate at the Economic Policy Research Centre, Makerere University, Uganda. He has also worked as a consultant for the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) under the 50x2030 initiative. Part of his current research examines the gendered effects of land ownership on household food security and welfare. For the STAAARS+ fellowship, Dablin is linking agricultural productivity, market performance, and technology use among farmers in Uganda, with mentorship from Professors Duncan Boughton and Rui Benfica.