Indigenous food day celebrations held at Hotel Africa to promote consumption of local and indigenous foods courtesy of FRA VEDCO Bioversity International,Slow Foods and SD4 ALL Partners.
In the thematic area of climate change and natural resource management by Volunteer Efforts for Development Concerns(VEDCO). There are some key findings found at Banda zone 3, which portray climate change has worsened. This is vividly seen on swamp reclamation and diversion of River “Kawooya” that has impeccably led to floods in this area. Banda
Kamu Kalanzi is a vegetable farmer in Zirobwe, Luwero district. He has been growing green pepper for over six years. From the time he started growing vegetables, Kalanzi has always raised his own seedlings, which he grows in a nursery bed before transplanting them to the garden. For the first two years, however, the yields
Great work is always appreciated. VEDCO receives a token of appreciation in recognition to the great contribution to the promotion of agricultural extension and advisory services in Uganda.
VEDCO in partnership with Oxfam Uganda are implementing a three year project that aims at empowering Local and National Humanitarian actors in Uganda specifically targeting the districts of Kotido and Kaabong in Karamoja Sub Region, Arua and Koboko in West Nile Sub Region and Lamwo and Agago in Acholi Sub Region According to Steven Bwayo,
On 4th November 2016, VEDCO launched its silage business centre which is located at VEDCO offices in Kamuli District. An open day was also held that very day with theme, “Expanding utilization of roots, tubers and bananas and reducing their postharvest losses.” The silage business centre will be a place where communities in Kamuli can