Refugees advised to adopt vegetable farming to suppliment their income

With the growing number of refugees entering Uganda every day, the general nutrition and food security for both the refugees and the host communities remains a huge challenge.

Most of them mainly depend on the food relief from the world food programme which includes beans, maize flour and cooking oil.

Now, refugees and the host communities in the West Nile region have been advised to adopt off-season vegetable farming to supplement their dietary needs, food security and income generation.


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