Kakooga farmers transform through Integrated Farming Planning

Rural farming communities share many things in common. Most of all, they live, strive and thrive in the daily busy and hectic chores of the farm. Many times, the farmer’s hard work is rewarded by stagnant or even shrinking net farm incomes. Family farmers in Kakooga, Bunyangabu District of Western Uganda experienced the same before enrolment onto the […]

Launching the Kabarole District and Sub County/Town Council nutrition action plans

KRC has been at the forefront of facilitating multi-stakeholder participatory processes to guide the localization of the Uganda nutrition Action Plan (UNAP) at local government level, starting with Kabarole District as well as implementing a number of exchange events to work towards the operationalization of the DNAPs and SNAPs. And whereas there is significant progress […]

Kulea Watoto Project Launched

The Kulea Watoto Project was launched in Kyegegwa District for stakeholders in Kyaka II Refugee Settlement and the District Local Government. Kulea Watoto is a Swahili translation of ‘Nurturing Children’, that suggest the overall goal of improving early childhood development outcomes and transforming refugee livelihoods in Uganda. The project will provide nurturing care and early […]

KRC- Uganda News Updates

Welcome to KRC news. In our program updates, we welcomed the new Kulea Watoto Project that was launched in Kyegegwa District and it flags our progressive work on maternal and child nutritional health. Also, as we continue to scale the food system agenda under the Fort Portal Food Systems Lab, KRC is building the capacity […]

Commissioning community peace keepers in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Yumbe

Francis Happy Muhindo Program Officer, Peace, KRC Uganda KRC Uganda is working to establish community-based structures aimed at identifying, reporting, mitigating and referring conflict related situations amongst refugees and host communities in Northern Uganda. The European Union funded program, “Advancing Peaceful Co-existence & Respect for Human Rights among the refugees and host communities in […]

Nutrition Education through puppetry comics.

By Francis Musinguzi Editor, Editor KRC E-news Children are key targets in influencing behaviour change and improving eating and nutrition habits. As such, KRC through its nutrition programs is exploring different communication pathways to influence the right eating habits of children from the onset. The idea and purpose of targeting children is to give them […]

Plight of Refugee Youth amidst the Covid 19 Pandemic.

Paper presented to: OPM, UNHCR and other partners at the International Youth Day Celebrations in Bidibidi Refugee Settlement, Yumbe District Presented by; KRC Youth from Zone 5, Yangani Cluster Uganda joins the rest of the World to commemorate the International Youth Day which is an annual event celebrated on 12th August with an aim of bringing youth […]

Ministry of Lands starts to reopen boundaries of disputed land in Kasese.

KRC’s work on peaceful settlement of conflicts in the region continued to yield fruitful outcomes in Kasese District, where KRC is implementing the Networks for Peace project in partnership with Minority Rights Group International. A number of reports have been received through the Early Warning System, about animals becoming a menace to the local community, […]