CPAR Uganda Ltd

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Improving Food Security and Agricultural Livelihoods of War Affected Communities in Acholi

CPAR Uganda implemented this project during a 22-months period – January 2012 to November 2013, reaching over 20,000 ultimate beneficiaries – members of 2,513 farming households in Agago District in Acholi in Northern Uganda. Farmers’ knowledge and skills were enhanced through training in various topics on food production, livelihoods and working in groups.

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Karamoja Livelihoods Programme (KALIP)

CPAR Uganda implemented KALIP in consortium with DCA and two other DCA partners during a 20-months period – 1st May 2012 to 30th December 2013. CPAR Uganda’s KALIP benefited an estimated 36,000 members of 4,500 agro-pastoralist households in Nakapiripirit and Amudat Districts in Karamoja in North-Eastern Region. The beneficiaries received training on group dynamics and various topics on crop agronomy – from selection of gardens and enterprises through post harvest handling to consumption.

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A profile of CPAR Uganda Ltd

CPAR Uganda Ltd used to be the Uganda country office of Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR Canada) until 2008 when, in the interest of sustainability, it was registered as an independent Ugandan not-for-profit organisation. .

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100+ Novels at the CPAR Uganda Prof. Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library 06 Oct 2019

Beyond informing you about the presence of 100+ novels at our library that is located within our Lira...

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Prof. Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library Now Open! 06 Oct 2019

The CPAR Uganda Ltd Prof. Fred Opio Ekong Memorial Library is now ready for use. It is located within...

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Call For Application – Module 1: Understanding Poverty in Rural Uganda 06 Oct 2019

The overall objective of our CPAR Uganda Ltd “Mentoring Young Adults in Uganda Into Innovators”...

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