According to the food basket costs estimates for 16 households in Lango Sub-Region that we made during our training, five households did not include fruits in their food items for an entire month. This is possible because people do not know the value of eating such fruits for our bodies. Even in the costs estimates … Continue reading Why Low Fruit Consumption in Uganda
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 initiatives - food for you good health and for income generation. The CPAR Uganda Finance … Continue reading DOING DEVELOPMENT THROUGH INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIPS
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 to expand the choices and opportunities for farmers to engage in and to lead competitive … Continue reading Farmers First
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.