CLARKE FARM

An eco-friendly coffee estate and farm specializing in high quality washed  Robusta coffee

Clarke Farm is a 1,500 acre farm located in Katambale, Kyarusozi Kyenjojo district in Uganda. Approximately half the farm is planted in Robusta coffee. Other crops include Eucalyptus, Macadamia, Irish potatoes, Maize, Mangoes and Oranges.

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FARM Activities

Visit Clarke Farm and experience the amazing hilltop views, explore the river and forest walks, try the activities such as bouldering and mountain biking, walk or jog on the farm trails or have an exciting guided tour of the farm by Jeep. Round off your stay by roasting some Clarke Farm coffee and enjoying the fresh locally prepared dishes.

FARM Activities

Visit Clarke Farm and experience the amazing hilltop views, explore the river and forest walks, try the activities such as bouldering and mountain biking, walk or jog on the farm trails or have an exciting guided tour of the farm by Jeep. Round off your stay by roasting some Clarke Farm coffee and enjoying the fresh locally prepared dishes.

THE Founder

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Dr. Ian Clarke came to Uganda 33 years ago with his wife Robbie and their three children, Sean, Michael and Lauren.


Since then he has been on a journey of investing in people and communities in Uganda, first in Luweero shortly after the civil war (1982 – 1986) where he founded a church hospital, Kiwoko Hospital, which still stands to this day providing community and curative services at very low cost. It has one of the best neonatal intensive care units in Uganda.


Later Ian and Robbie moved to Kampala where he set up  International Hospital Kampala and International Medical Centers. Subsequently, he founded Clarke International University, while his son Sean founded Clarke Junior School. These projects were for development in the health and education sector. More recently he invested in agriculture in Clarke Farm. The agricultural sector in Uganda supports 80% of the population, so if one can bring improvements in this sector it has a significant effect on the household incomes of a large segment of the population.


Dr. Ian Clarke came to Uganda 33 years ago with his wife Robbie and their three children, Sean, Michael and Lauren.


Since then he has been on a journey of investing in people and communities in Uganda, first in Luweero shortly after the civil war (1982 – 1986) where he founded a church hospital, Kiwoko Hospital, which still stands to this day providing community and curative services at very low cost. It has one of the best neonatal intensive care units in Uganda.


Later Ian and Robbie moved to Kampala where he set up  International Hospital Kampala and International Medical Centers. Subsequently, he founded Clarke International University, while his son Sean founded Clarke Junior School. These projects were for development in the health and education sector. More recently he invested in agriculture in Clarke Farm. The agricultural sector in Uganda supports 80% of the population, so if one can bring improvements in this sector it has a significant effect on the household incomes of a large segment of the population.


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Contact us

+256 (0) 392 201 400
Plot 8244, Bukasa – Muyenga

Kampala, Uganda

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Contact us

+256 (0) 392 201 400
Plot 8244, Bukasa – Muyenga

Kampala, Uganda

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Clarke farm and coffee estate  Copyright © 2022 Clarke farm & coffee estate All rights reserved