Author Archives: krc

• THROES OF DESPAIR, AS KASESE PARK NEIGHBORS CRY OVER WILD ANIMALS

By Mugerwa Fred Communities neighboring the queen Elizabeth national park in Kasese district are living in fear after wild animals continue to rake havoc in their areas. The mainly affected are; Lake Katwe, Muhokya, Nyakatonzi and Katwe Kabatoro sub counties. The stray animals have destroyed crops, livestock and mores worse, killed human beings, with reckless abandon. The animals include; crocodiles ... Read More »

• NEW CITIES LAUNCHED, SOCIAL SERVICES STILL FAR-FETCHED

By Godfrey Kakande The ululations and celebrations which had reached fever-pitch at the beginning of July are now slowly rescinding –as the new cities take root. Among the cities which became operational on 1st July 2020, is Fort Portal tourism city that lies in South Western Uganda at the foot hills of Mt Rwenzori. Before its elevation to city status, ... Read More »

• ORUGALI PREMIERS ON TV, DEMAND FOR INDIGENOUS FOOD VARIETIES INCREASE

By Katutu Rose Cognizant of the fact that Healthy diets improve the body immunity to fight against diseases-and in light of the impact of COVID-19, Kabarole Research and resource Center in partnership with Hivos and International Institute of Environment & Development (IIED) have intensified efforts to fight malnutrition among people in Fort Portal under the orugali program of the Fort-Portal ... Read More »

• KRC TRAINED FARMERS REAP BIG IN MAKING BIO-CONCOCTIONS

By Kayiwa John Salongo Following trainings given to farmers in Kabarole, Kasese and Bunyangabu by KRC, in making bio-concoctions testimonies coming in from farmers reveal enormous success among the farmers who have applied the natural pesticides on their crops. KRC trained the farmers to make 3 products of the bioconcoctions that include: chilli concentrate, urine herbs and wood ash solution ... Read More »

• EDUCATION THROUGH MEDIA: NOT ALL THE 15 MILLION STUDENTS CAN BE SERVED

By Kabajogya Alice   Since the closure of schools on 20th March 2020, by a presidential directive, about 15 million students from Nursery to tertiary institutions went home. By the time of closure most schools had not prepared for the lockdown plan since it was with immediate effect according to the presidents directives. Since then the ministry of Education has ... Read More »

• Transport made easy after the repair of Bumadu-Bundiphada Road in Bundibugyo

By Kihumuro Ainebyona   Residents of Bumadu in Bundibugyo Town council have cause to smile, after the Bumaddu-Bundipwada road, which was hitherto one of the Council worst roads in the Town was graded.The road had gone into a very bad state after floods hit the town council and the entire Bundibugyo District, recently. The road had potholes, lacked culverts, poor ... Read More »

• KRC ANALYSIS OF THE 2020/2021 NATIONAL BUDGET

Unveiling the losers and the winners in the 2020/2021 national budget. By Mugerwa Fred   Following the reading of the national budget 2020/2021 on 11th June 2020 by the Hon. Minister of Finance, planning and Economic Development in Kampala last week, under the theme Stimulating the economy to safeguard livelihoods, jobs, business and industrial recovery, Kabarole Research and Resource Centre ... Read More »

• KRC PROMOTES AGRO-ECOLOGY TO SAVE NATURE

By Kayiwa John As nature communicates the danger caused by indecent human earth works, Kabarole Research and Resource Center has embarked on reloading efforts to answer the so many questions always asked by people on the globe. For decades man has done a lot of activities that have destroyed nature through activities like clearing natural vegetation, degradation of the lithosphere ... Read More »

• Kabarole District council approves Nutrition action plan

By Danis Komugabe   The Kabarole district council siting in the district chambers on 26th June 2020 approved the district nutrition action plan for kabarole district 2020 – 2025. The motion was moved by kabarole district secretary for finance, planning and administration Mr. Kisembo Augustine Babuuza and second by the Mr. Joram Bitamanya the councilor representing Fort Portal South Division. ... Read More »

• CHEFS DAY-OUT

KRC organizes a learning exchange visit for chefs to Kampala Fort Portal City Chefs vow to introduce ‘Orugali’ to their menu Slow Food Youth Network to create linkage for promotion of local food varieties By John Murungi Amooti, Godfrey Kakande and Katutu Rose The hitherto forgotten Chefs and –yet, ironically, a very important sector in our society – as they ... Read More »

Kabarole Research & Resource Centre

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P.O.Box 782
Kampala Uganda
Telephone: +256-039-374-438
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