Uganda is an agriculture dependant state like many other developing countries. Kigezi and Kabale district in particular experiences high population pressure. This has led to land being constantly tilled season in season out without rest. This is further exacerbated by ever increasing populations that led to fragmentation of the already small available agricultural pieces of land by subdividing it amongst the children (mainly the male children). As a result the communities are faced with a number of Agro-based problems as a consequence either of over utilization or inappropriate utilization of the land resource. The collapse of the government run extension services have only made the situation worse by starving communities of the much needed information about the best practices in agriculture. The National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) programme is yet grappling with transparency and accountability challenges to be of much use to these communities.