Author Archives: krc

• Gerrit, the humble development activist ends tour of duty in Uganda

By John murungi Amooti passionate about issues of climate change and energy saving technologies A chilly morning descends onto the various partners under the BD partnership in Uganda, as they receive the news of the impending departure of amiable BD Country manager, Frans Kanis, words of appreciation and sad farewells flock to his mails –and that of BD, little do ... Read More »

• KRC interventions in climate change mitigation and adaptations;

KRC for over 20 years, have been engaged in abid to extend climate change mitigation and adaptation tchnologies to different beneficiaries and stakeholderes within Rwenzori region and Bunyoro region. KRC has promoted resilience farming through promoting soil and water conservation technologies, soil feeding and water harvesting technologies among farming communities.KRC among other technologies has promoted micro irrigation technologies, househlond and ... Read More »

• KRC Joins global struggle to reduce climate change and associated effect

By Twinomuhwezi Enock KRC has for the last 20 years been part of the global campaign to address the marauding effects of climate change. However, its imperative to note that there is a difference between climate change and weather change as explained hereunder Weather is short term change in the atmosphere in a limited area,- can change rapidly and is ... Read More »

• Refugees advised to Report Sexual Gender Based Violence cases

Refugees in Kyangwali Refugee settlement have been advised to report all cases of domestic violence as urgently as possible. The message was delivered by stakeholders at a Mobile Complaint Clinic in Kyangwali Refugee settlement, organised by KRC with financial support from Care International. It was attended by the judiciary, medical, legal and police, who made a strong appeal to refugees ... Read More »

• Food and nutrition stakeholders dialogue meeting in Bunyangabu District

By our Reporter Kabarole Research and Resource Centre in partnership with Bunyangabu District local government, recently organized a one day dialogue meeting on food and nutrition status in the district. The main Objective was to analyze and reflect on the nutrition situation in Bunyangabu district, Identify and map key nutrition drivers and opportunities to inform joint interventions in the District. ... Read More »

• Youth trained by KRC, produce banana juice prototype

By our Reporter Following the training KRC offered to the youth of Harugongo and Kasenda youth groups in banana juice processing, it was agreed that the group be supported with a start-up kit that had banana juice pasteurizer, digital juice processing equipment like refractmeter , weighing scale and standard ingredients among others. Kasenda youth group has since successfully processed and ... Read More »

• KRC in mobile nutritional clinics galore, delivers health talks

By Twinomuhwezi Enock In a bid to improve nutritional Food security in Kabarole District KRC through its Food Security and Agribusiness Unit is organising several mobile nutritional clinics. The clinics are meant to sensitise communities on best food diets necessary for body building and diseases related to diets. In the month of June 3 nutrition clinics were organised and targeted ... Read More »

• 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 »

Kabarole Research & Resource Centre

Plot 28 Mugurusi Rd., Fort-Portal.
P.O.Box 782
Kampala Uganda
Telephone: +256-039-374-438