Karamoja is Part of Uganda

“We have received enormous positive feedback from women and men about you. They say the keynote address has sparked untapped emotions and it has generated conversations on the position of women and Karamoja in Uganda. The conversations are taking place in small circle of groups, families, including on social media. We won’t stop saying thank… Continue reading Karamoja is Part of Uganda

How CPAR Uganda Ltd came into Legal Being

In 2008, as part of its indigenisation programme Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief (CPAR) facilitated the transformation of its Uganda Country Office and Country Programme into an independent non-profit organisation. On 5th September 2008, CPAR, in accordance with the prevailing laws of Uganda of the time, wrote to the Registrar of Companies informing of… Continue reading How CPAR Uganda Ltd came into Legal Being

“I never used to earn as much,” Testified Jamila Eton

Through CPAR Uganda, a local NGO, we were taught good farming methods. They showed us to grow it in rows, with one seed per hole. With good rains, we weed after one month. Then three weeks after that. Sunflower will be ready for harvest within three months. Simsim is good too as a cash crop… Continue reading “I never used to earn as much,” Testified Jamila Eton