Young Adults Make Social Contracts

On Friday, 14th February 2020, during their certificate award ceremony at which CPAR Uganda awarded 11 young adults certificates for successfully completing Module 1: “Understanding Poverty in Rural Uganda” of the its project: “Mentoring Young Adults into Innovators against Poverty,”…

DOING DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIPS

CPAR Uganda has partnered with Alinga Farms to add value to eboo (cow peas leaves) - vegetable sun drying using the indigenous knowledge of the Lango peoples of Uganda - one of the examples of CPAR Uganda’s genuine wealth creation…

COLLECTIVE MARKETING FOR SMALL HOLDER FARMERS A SOLUTION FOR IMPROVING LIVELIHOODS

We sold our sorghum at 700 shillings per kilogram when other farmers in our area sold theirs at only 500 shillings per kilogram. Par Pi Ocan Farmer Field School (FFS) group comprises of 30 farmers (10 men and 20 women)…

THE GOVERNMENT MINISTER SAYS GREAT WORK!

Hon. Rebecca Otengo - Minister of State for Northern Uganda – paid a visit to a project that was implemented by CPAR Uganda in Agago. The Project: “Improving Food Security and Agricultural Livelihoods of War Affected Communities” was supported under…