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08:03
08:03

Napak Residents Asked to Embrace Kitchen Gardening to Fight Hunger crop failures 2 1

Abraham Nangiro, the Napak District Agricultural Officer, says that the communities should consider starting up kitchen gardens for vegetables to improve food security instead of sitting to wait for relief support. However the district officials have advised the residents to make the best use of the available water sources such as boreholes to grow vegetables in order to rescue the hunger situation and avert malnutrition.
10:19
10:19

Napak Residents Cry out for Food Aid after Crop Failure farmers in Napak 5 2 Top story

Asunta Napeyok, a farmer in Longaroi village, Lotome Sub County explained that when the rains started, they planted a lot of crops with hopes of getting a good harvest all in vain due to the harsh weather. The communities now burn charcoal and cut firewood to exchange with local brew residue as food since they cannot afford the food sold from the market.
15:45
15:45

Nutritionists Want Cassava Growing Revived in Napak farmers in Napak 1 3

In 2001, the government introduced Cassava growing in Napak district as part of the effort to improve food security. The farmers gradually embraced the crop but later dropped due to a number of challenges such as prolonged drought, thieves, and diseases among others. Now the Nutritionists are saying the malnutrition and hunger in the households would be addressed through encouraging farmers to embrace cassava growing.
08:40
08:40

Napak Residents Embrace Group Farming to Boost Food Production Napak district 3 1 Top story

The farmers have organized themselves into groups consisting of 10 to 40 members, cultivating up to five acres of land, depending on the group size.
12:42
12:42

Farmers in Napak Want Security Forces Deployed in Gardens Napak district 1 2

Robert Koryang, a resident of Lotome trading center says that they are worried about going to their farm gardens which are far away from home because of threats from the cattle raiders.
15:34
15:34

Kapelebyong Leaders Asked to Allow Pastoralists Graze in District water crisis 2 1

Over the years, Kapelebyong, Amuria, and Katakwi districts have been the only places that Karimojong pastoralists cross to graze their livestock.
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