With effect from 2016, CPAR Uganda is utilising the land at it Loro Base Camp in Akaidebe B Village and in Alica Village in Oyam District to promote Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture. The CPAR Uganda Loro Base Camp is approximately 25-30 kilometres from Kamdini a short distance off the Kamdini to Lira Highway and right opposite the Loro Sub-County Local Government Headquarters.
CPAR Uganda plans to establish a primary schools library, whereby it will source the approved Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) reading material and books for primary schools in order to access them to the pupils and teachers of the primary schools in Loro Sub-County in Oyam District in Northern Uganda.
CPAR Uganda plans to establish a resource centre at its Loro Base Camp that is located in Akaidebe B Village in Loro Sub-County in Oyam District; about 25-30 kilometres from Kamdini on the Kamdini-Lira highway and is about 40 kilometres from Lira Municipality.
Its intention is to put to good use the hundreds of books, journals, and other reading material that it has accumulated – on health, agriculture, nutrition, etc., instead of the literature just sitting in its stores and on it shelves in its offices gathering dust.
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