|Andrew Rugasira:Rebuilding Uganda One Farmer At A Time|
Some 1,700 years ago, cattle herders and subsistence farmers exclusively occupied Africaâ€™s pearl.
Yet today, with its substantial natural resourcesâ€”fertile soil, regular rainfall, and mineral depositsâ€”Ugandaâ€™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 â€œsecuritiesâ€ 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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