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Mr. Max Alfred Anyuru is now a Member of CPAR Uganda Board of Directors

CPAR Uganda is delighted to officially welcome Mr. Max Alfred Anyuru who, as of September 2014, has agreed to serve as a Member on its Board of Directors. Anyuru holds a Masters of Art Degree in social sector planning and…

FACILITATING FOOD SOVEREIGNTY AND FOOD SECURITY

Cassava is a major staple of the Lango people of Northern Uganda and thus of members of Kony Wa Women’s Farmer Field School (FFS). For years members of the FFS, just like other community members in Alebtong District, had been…

Farmers First

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…

Report: Improving Food Security and Agricultural Livelihoods

The "Improving Food Security and Agricultural Livelihoods" project was implemented by CPAR Uganda during a 22-months period - January 2012 to November 2013. It reached over 20,000 ultimate beneficiaries - members of 2,513 farming households in Agago District in Acholi…

CPAR Uganda Ltd 2013/2014 Annual Report

Ultimately, the food, nutrition and livelihood securities improved for more than 76,000 (seventy six thousand) people, members of farming and agro-pastoralist households spread over the districts of Nakapiripirit, Amudat, Alebtong, Dokolo and Agago, who benefited from our CPAR Uganda interventions…