The study was designed to assess the impact of NAADS program on improving livelihoods in Uganda, case study of women in Bulamagi Sub-county. The overall objective of this dissertation was to examine the impact of National Agricultural Advisory Services on improving livelihoods. The specific objectives included: to identify how National Agricultural Advisory Service projects are being implemented, to find out how the program has contributed towards livelihood improvement among women, and to assess the impact of the program on improving livelihood among women. The contents of this dissertation are findings based on data collected from the field of study. Secondary data is only used for comparison or to back up the findings. The findings from respondents revealed that they had not registered any improvements in household food security and the lives of women. Disappointments were expressed in few service providers, high fees for extension services, delay in getting seeds,land shortage, high poverty and illiteracy levels. The study recommended that the program be re-focused and designed in a more participative way so as to transform agriculture from subsistence to commercial farming.