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Lighting up a million smiles

Team Leader of the Uganda Landcare Network (ULN) Dr Joy Tukhawira and Mr Mathias Wakulira talk to Senior EverGreening Fellow, Dr Alan Channer, about evergreening in Uganda. Groups of children wend their way through coffee and banana fields, their banter mingling with cock crows as the sun rises. And when they reach school, they lift

In-service Curriculum Launch, Hotel Africana-Kampala

Uganda Landcare Network (ULN) in collaboration with the World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT) Balassa Agricultural College (BAC), Ministry of Agriculture Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF), National Agricultural Research Organization (NARO), Uganda Forum for Agricultural Advisory Services (UFAAS), Farmers Media and Local Government Authorities across the country.  Introduction Towards introducing a practical SLM

Kabale Municipal Council pledge set a pace of rolling out Junior Landcare programme in all primary Schools in South West Uganda.

Following a successful completion of the National Landcare Conference and Awards and that specifically included launching of Junior Land care week at Kabale Primary School in November 2019, an interest was raised to roll out the programme. The Principal Education Officer (PEO) Mr. Munyambabazi Grace, initiated a joint consultative dialogue between ULN and Kabale Municipal

ProCSA & Uganda Landcare Network inception meeting

GIZ is working with Uganda Landcare Network to provide climate smart agriculture training for farmers in northern Uganda.  The training is part of the Promotion of Climate Smart Agriculture project (ProCSA) under GIZ’s Rural Development Programme. Climate smart agriculture practices aim at increasing productivity, adaptation to the effects negative of climate change, and reducing greenhouses

Junior Landcare Week Launch

The National Landcare week launch was a one-day event, whose main goal was to create awareness and showcase success stories with demonstrations on Junior Landcare programmes in Uganda. The event involved a Landcare awareness walk through Kabale Municipality along the Main Street. After the Landcare awareness street walk, the guests were hosted by Kabale Primary

National Landcare Care Conference and Awards in Kabale.

Opening Session The opening session was honoured with participation from distinguished delegates from different countries; including Uganda, Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Australia and Sweden. Special attendance and facilitation included the Government of Uganda Ministries, Departments, Agencies (MDAs) and Local Governments; Uganda Landcare Network; Africa Landcare Network; International Landcare and Evergreen Agriculture. The opening session provided

Training Workshops on Participatory Multi Stakeholder workshops for Decision support (DST) in SLM training in Northern Uganda.

The training on participatory multi-stakeholder workshops for Decision Support in Sustainable Land Management (SLM) was held from 25th June – 5th July 2018.   The workshop was jointly organized by Uganda Landcare Network (ULN) with technical backstopping of the Centre for Development and Environment, University of Bern. The workshop was attended by 243 (108 females &