Growing nutrient-rich crops in Uganda: A recipe for success in Karamoja schools

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Ever wondered how schools in challenging environments can play a key role in transforming communities? An exciting initiative is taking place in the northeastern region of Uganda, specifically Karamoja, where the conditions are semi-arid with unpredictable rainfall and intermittent droughts. The World Food Programme (WFP), partnering with Farm Concern International (FCI), addresses food and nutrition security and creates a positive ripple effect in neighboring rural communities. Let’s delve into how school gardening programs are sowing the seeds of change in this region.

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