Archive for September 2017

Making money from farming – Komakech Geofrey’s story

After the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in Mucwini was declared closed in 2009, most people went back in their ancestral land to resettle and start farming. Some people found it difficult to restart their lives at home and moved to urban centers. Those who stayed back practiced subsistence farming and most¬†crops grown were for…

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Changing Livelihoods Working with GADC – Shaban’s Story

Story compiled by Ogwang Robert Livelihood through farming – 21 dependents. East of Arua district in Rhino camp sub-county, you find Mr. Shaban Juma a soft spoken 42 years old man. Juma is married to three wives and has 18 children. Three of the children have married and started their own families while eight (8)…

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