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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.
10:51
10:51

Backyard Farming Boosts Food Security In Kabarole Homes kitchen gardening 2

Christine Kabakama, a resident of Gweri Village in Karambi Sub County, says she can use her small piece of land at the back of her house to grow vegetables like onions, carrots and cabbages. The 65-year-old Kabakama says although she has large chunks of land, she is unable to cultivate it due to her advanced age.
19:09
19:09

HIV/AIDS Patients Turn to Kitchen Gardening for Survival nacwola 1

The gardens are normally 10m by 15m in size. The gardens are now a common sight in most of the homes in rural areas. The households grow traditional vegetables like Cabbages, carrots and tomatoes.
07:55
07:55

Kabarole HouseHolds Turn To Kitchen Gardening vegetables 1

Kitchen gardening is growing a variety of foods, vegetables and fruits on small portions of gardens behind houses.
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