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.
CPAR Uganda’s overall strategic objective is for Ugandan rural men, women and children to lead healthy and dignified lives, during which their rights are respected and their basic and genuine needs are met. CPAR Uganda’s overall strategic purpose, therefore, is to ensure that households in rural Uganda ably meet the basic and genuine needs of their members – that they have access to sufficient and nutritious food, clothing, housing, health care and clean water – and that they have sufficient livelihoods.
Farmers First was a five-year programme (May 2009 to June 2014) and was designed to improve and diversify the on-farm production of rural farming households in four African countries, including Uganda. At its core was a series of activities designed to expand the choices and opportunities for farmers to engage in and to lead competitive value-added agricultural production and marketing efforts at the community-level through the prioritization of local innovation and ownership as well as household food access and supply.
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