An analysis of 1,770 kilograms of maize that the participating households planted on a sample of 292 acres of land indicates that they harvested 110,000 kilograms; meaning that they realised a multiplication ratio of over 1:62.
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 Sub-Region in Northern Uganda. Farmers’ knowledge and skills were enhanced through training in various topics … Continue reading Report: Improving Food Security and Agricultural Livelihoods
“The group members were excited of the expected good yield as exhibited by the maize and groundnut gardens doing very well. The manyatta garden group farming is a success story that could be replicated. The group members visited had planted fruit trees of citrus (oranges) and some neem trees. The trees appeared well catered.”Amudat District … Continue reading AMUDAT District Local Government Commends CPAR Uganda
During our financial year that begun 1st April 2009 and ended 31st March 2010, CPAR Uganda spent more than 4.3 billion shillings, specifically Ushs. 4,359,977,564 (four billion, three hundred fifty nine million, nine hundred seventy seven thousand, five hundred and sixty four shillings), implementing projects for the benefit of disadvantages communities in Northern Uganda. The … Continue reading CPAR Uganda Ltd 2009/2010 Annual Report
During the year that began 1st April 2008 and ended 31st March 2009, CPAR Uganda ploughed nearly 3.4 billion shillings into Northern Uganda; implementing its programmes in the six districts of Gulu, Amuru, Pader, Kitgum, Dokolo and Lira. Specifically, during the year, CPAR Uganda received Ushs. 3,394,915,842 (three billion, three hundred nighty four million, nine … Continue reading CPAR Uganda Ltd 2008/2009 Annual Report