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Uganda’s agriculture sector’s contribution to national economic growth, poverty reduction, food security and export performance over the last three decades clearly reveals that the sector has been and still is critical to improve people’s livelihoods and the socio-economic transformation of the country. This importance is evident in the fact that agriculture contributes up to nearly 20 percent of GDP, accounts for 48 percent of exports and provides a significant proportion of the raw materials for industry and employs 73 percent of the population.
Access to health services in Uganda is still below the desired targets of providing good and affordable health for all. Tackling those challenges and improving the health provision situation in the country calls for intensive, focused and well coordinated collaboration between the public and the private sector.
Uganda’s Human Development Index, which among others considers the dimensions of health, education and the standard of living, improved from 0.272 in 1995 to 0.581 in 2006 but dropped again to 0.446 in 2011. This score can be translated into rank 161 out of 187 countries with data which is below the sub-Saharan average of 0.463. Since the population is growing at a rapid speed, it calls for massive investments in the key movers of the human development indicators such as health, water, sanitation & hygiene, education, agriculture and other areas that promote a decent standard of living.
I am happy to be back at Nabuur our home which has remained my home. I am back with a new message to share with my friends the neighbours a new message of Hope. A message about Jesus Christ and how we should all impress him as our friend our saviour. His yoke is easy and his burden light. Every one every where needs him today! Say yes to Jesus Christ say yes to the light say yes to the Gospel of trust. Tomorrow you will be happy you made the right decision. Please read the attachment and tell your neighbor about it. God bless you.
Mawoito childcare project Uganda would love to commend the works of Virginia Ellsworth for her support to the community of Mawoito since 2009. The Project Director, Mr. Mulambe Tonny together with the entire community would love to extend their sincere appreciation for the continued support that Virginia has rendered to the needy children of this particular village.
Home Based Care: Empowering Families Affected by HIV & AIDS in The rural community of Jinja, Uganda.
The rural community of Jinja, Uganda.
The People: Currently, the project benefits 360 families (approximately 1,500 people). Some beneficiaries are child-headed families caring for sick siblings. Others are widows looking after seven or eight children. Others are infected mothers and fathers trying to support their children as best they can.
The Challenge: The Ugandan HIV/AIDS prevalence rate stands at 6.4% – many times that of Canada (0.3%). An estimated one million Ugandans are living with HIV/AIDS, and more than one million children have been orphaned by the disease.
clean kiserian initiative was established in January 2012 .The organization has 15 active members both men and women .The organization is not a profit making organization but is non-governmental ,purely voluntary to help improve on health and sanitation in kiserian
Initiate sanitation especially improving on disposal of waste ,establishing clean Eco toilet's ,cleaning the town and enhance health of the community
Low levels of literacy have haunted this neighbourhood, as a result of parents lacking income to support their children. The land and water resources are abundant but people do not have the knowhow skills and input resources for them to effectively engage in agriculture which happens to be the only environmental friendly and sustainable income generating activity than charcoal burning as most of the trees have been used for charcoal and fire wood. The people of this neighbourhood know that agriculture can work for them but means of engaging in the practice are limited.
I would like to thank every one for taking heart with the adyaka village,its really a long time without update information on the village,this is because the nabuur had also been undergoing some serious upgrade of the entire system and i believe its now fine.
Today I wanted to tell you about an exciting new opportunity for SESF. We have been selected by the Global Giving Foundation to participate in its Open Challenge, a fundraising opportunity for nonprofit organizations working around the world.