Support 650 women agro loans
We supported 650 smallholder farmers thruogh training and financing their agro projects and making seeds available to enable them to plant and mitigate the rooming food insecurity in the region and also opening their micro business to support their daily family needs
Our smallholder farmers in Northern Uganda are disproportionately at risk of food insecurity themselves, with low incomes and restricted movements a major reason for that. The COVID-19 Crisis has greatly affected their ability to produce food at a time when food supply should remain adequate for everyone in the region.
Hunger and malnutrition continue to be the greater enemy, which the pandemic threatens to capitalize on as the fuel for further devastation. Therefore, we have realigned our priorities to give the right to food its due prominence which is the best hope against a COVID-19 pandemic for which there exists no known antidote to date.
You supported women’s economic independence through provision of micro loan at the time need most
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Women reopen their small business using microloans
Business instills self reliance among women