Major events of 2017

KRC at 20

KRC Logo 2017In June 2016 KRC made 20 years  in research, advocacy and community development.  KRC Board, management and Staff  is therefore inviting all its partners, political leaders, farmer groups, youths, alumni, women and the general public to celebrate its journey of 20 years of research, advocacy and community development. KRC has organized 20th anniversary celebrations beginning the 1st week of March, 2017 and will climax with a series of activities in the last week of March 2017. Some of the activities for the celebrations include;

1. A regional marathon that will be conducted on 25th March in partnership with Fort Portal Regional referral Hospital to raise money for the emergency and accident unit.

2. Official Launch of KRC 102 FM Radio in the afternoon of 25th March 2017 at Mugurusi Road Fort Portal

3. Launch a campaign for growing one million trees in the seven districts of Rwenzori region in partnership with NFA and district authorities

4. Launch of the Bio-refinery factory in Boma-Fort Portal that extracts protein for animal feeds from grass

5. Exhibition of KRC researches, models, approaches and achievements for the last 20 years.

All partners in the Rwenzori Region (Kabarole, Kasese, Kyenjojo, Kyegegwa,Ntoroko,Bundibugyo and Kamwenge)



We are grateful that you participated and made KRC@20 celebrations colorful and successful.

KRC at 20 Marathon

Winners of the KRC@20 Marathon posing with their cheques shortly after the awards by the chief Runner Permanent secretary Ministry of Energy

20 million for the referral

20 Million collection from the Marathon was handed over to the Fort Portal Regional Referral Hospital by the Chief guest Hon. Tom Butime Minister of Local Government.



The KRC@20 dinner was climaxed by slicing the 20 years cake.



















The Kasunga 8 Leaders Retreat

The kasunga Leaders Retreat is an annual gathering of leaders across the Rwenzori Region that was initiated by KRC in 2006-mainly to bring together leaders who had had an acrimonious campaign in the 2006 elections. The Retreat was also meant to diffuse the tensions in Tooro kingdom. The Retreat has since grown mileage as it now brings together over 200 leaders drawn from Political, Civil, cultural, and Religious spheres. Kasunga 8 comes against the backdrop of a very successful Kasunga 7,that brought together so many leaders, including the heads of the Bamba and Konzo communities which had just recovered from the ugly July 14 altercations. The event will take place in April 2017






Kabarole Research & Resource Centre

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P.O.Box 782
Kampala Uganda
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