Andrew Rugasira:Rebuilding Uganda One Farmer At A Time
Some 1,700 years ago, cattle herders and subsistence farmers exclusively occupied Africa’s pearl.

Yet today, with its substantial natural resources—fertile soil, regular rainfall, and mineral deposits—Uganda’s economic instability declares disillusionment of its government and current policies.

While other nations thrive off of its resources, villagers within are barely surviving on basic food “securities” distributed by outside importers. How did Uganda lose its mastery in agriculture? Why are people in some parts of the country facing food shortages while living in such a fertile country? Read More
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