Author Archives: krc

• Youth supported by KRC actively participate in technology exhibitions

By Twinomuhwezi Enock Farming Youth of Kasenda recently participated in a technology exhibition organized by Save the Children Youth in Action Project at Mountains of the Moon Hotel in Fort Portal. The Exhibition brought together Youth from Different Districts, who showcased different technologies among which included; fish farming, carpentry, bakery, weaving and livestock. The Kasenda Youth, who are supported by ... Read More »

• KRC creates banana market linkages outside the Rwenzori region

TWINOMUHWEZI ENOCK Following the formation of Harugongo-Kicwamba banana marketing Association, Farmers of Harugongo and Kicwamba have successfully started collective marketing of bananas. Farmers have begun joint collection of their matoke from fields selling in bulk to traders who take them directly from Harungongo to Kampala and Entebbe markets. According to the leaders of the group, this has improved the incomes ... Read More »

• DGF 2 launched,KRC to lead in building civic competence in the Rwenzori region

By John Murungi Amoooti Having successfully supported NGOs and Uganda Government Agencies to build democratic and Human Rights tenets in the country for the last 5 years, under the first phase of the Democratic Governance Facility (GGF 1)Project, the various European Nations under the Basket Fund have again come together to support the initiative under DGF 2, that will run ... Read More »

• We are committed to influencing Parliament-MPS

Today 15th Feb, 2018 during a breakfast meeting organised by KRC in partnership with the Parliamentary forums on Health and Education members of parliament committed to see that the challenges faced by pastoral communities and other minority communities are handled. The meeting was aimed at flashing health and education service delivery issues in pastoral communities in Kasese and Ntoroko districts. ... Read More »

• People power, people Action: Citizens Petition Government over Ancestral Land

KRC recently established a number of Citizens led Land Alliances in the districts of Kasese, Kyenjojo and Bundibugyo to spearhead campaigns on Land related conflicts. These alliances were also to engage government on key resolutions in the “Melting Pot Report.” Leaders of these alliances were taken through the ADR mechanism and a well packaged training in Basic Land Laws and ... Read More »

• MAIZE POST HARVEST HANDLING COMES OF AGE, QUALITY AT CENTER STAGE

By Twinomuhwezi Enock             Left: Farmers of Rwenkuba using a maize shelling machine to reduce breakage of kernels ; Middle: Farmers of Kakinga pouring their maize on tarpaulins after threshing to minimise; Right: KRC staff demonstrating to Rwenkuba farmers on how to use a bottle and salt to test Moisture Content Post Harvest handling is one of the ... Read More »

• SUCCESS STORY: Post harvest handling (PHH) trainings

By Aheebwa Mubarak. A 45years old Mahodi Jonathan of Kitoro village is a living testimony of how Post Harvest Handling (PHH) trainings from KRC have helped him reduce the post harvest losses he used to incur in his meager maize produce.               Left: Mahodi demonstrating how to use the tarp-line to dry the maize; ... Read More »

• KRC on the way leading the farmers to the Promised Land (VISION 2040)

By Baguma David   Participants during the exchange visit to Kyaka 2 Refuge settelement  In bid to archive the national dream Vision 2040, KRC with support from World Food Program (WFP) under the Agricultural Market Support project have walked the talk since 2016 when the program was introduced in Kyangwali refugee settlement in Hoima district. Through this program the livelihoods ... Read More »

• NEWS BRIEF: KASUNGA 8 set for December 2017

By Baluku Yosia KRC and RFPJ recently held a regional consultative review meeting for land alliances in Fort Portal to discuss a number of issues. The major objectives of this meeting were; to create space for sharing critical information, brainstorm on specific cases of land and their possible deep rooted causes and suggest actions, analyse the challenges that impede implementation ... Read More »

Kabarole Research & Resource Centre

Plot 28 Mugurusi Rd., Fort-Portal.
P.O.Box 782
Kampala Uganda
Telephone: +256-039-274-438
Email: krcuganda@krcug.org