The purpose of the project is to help vulnerable women who depend on small-scale farming to generate a little income and sustain their families
Our target group are in dire need to develop themselves, but can’t afford the provision of basic inputs. Generally, mothers in Uganda are the ones responsible for providing for their families. Experience has shown that these hard working women have the potential for innovation to solve their problems if necessary conditions are created. It is against this background that Unreached Africa in a bid to adopt agricultural practices that are environmentally friendly, economically viable and socio-economically compatible is seeking start up funds to improve the quality of life of the selected homes in Nakasongola.
Women selected are requested to choose an agricultural practice of their choice and then trained. These practices may include; modern piggery, goat rearing, cattle keeping, bee keeping and better methods of food production. For purposes of easy management, the beneficiaries are put in family groups of 4 for easy follow up.