Unlike many large aid agencies which have an agenda of their own, we believe in enabling people and communities to achieve their chosen goals. The work we have done so far has been guided by the conversations and planning sessions we have had with local people.
Our main project in 2021 is to improve crop yield and food production.
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Most people living in rural Uganda are subsistence farmers living almost entirely on the crops they can grow and at the mercy of the climate which means in some seasons there are droughts and others floods. This is the case in both Kyemula and Namayili and when the crops fail people go hungry as no-one has cash to buy supplies. Our aim is to provide better tools, seeds and fertiliser to increase the quality and variety of crops which will enable the farmers to sell any surplus to invest in more seeds and fertiliser for the following season.
The pilot project will get underway in January, the main planting season – and there will be monthly updates on the News page of the website.