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Farm School Graduate throws amazing graduation party which indicates livelihood improvement

Farm School Graduate throws amazing graduation party which gestures livelihood improvement By Moses Muwulya,Communication Officer At his parent’s home in Mpalampa,Kibinge sub-county,Bukomansimbi District,Pascol Lubega held an amazing graduation party with over three hundred guests. Started with thanks giving mass to glorify God for enabling him accomplish a three year  training

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Sheer Joy,jubilation as 115 Kitovu Mobile Farm School Trainees graduate

Sheer Joy, jubilation as 115 Kitovu Mobile Farm School Trainees graduate By Moses Muwulya,Communication Officer “Great is the art of beginning, but greater is the art of ending” A saying by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow,a famous United States Poet,the quote made vivid meaning today,Thursday  as Kitovu Mobile graduated 115 Mobile Farm

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Pictorial: Water tanks built to help Mobile Farm School Trainees mitigate dry spells.

Kitovu Mobile has built eight water tanks in Kalungu and Butenga Sub Counties,in Kalungu and Bukomansimbi Districts,respectively to help Mobile Young Farmers Groups and Community Support Groups harvest water and brave dry spells, irrigating  their nursery beds for the different crop seedlings. These include passion fruits,egg plants,coffee,among others. Yakobo Bisaka,a

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MUNYORO

Munyoro makes money from one acre land all-year-round

Munyoro makes money from one acre land all-year-round By Michael J Ssali Robert Munyoro-Aganze’s one-acre farm in Manywa Village, Kyanamukaaka Sub-county, Masaka District, is the envy of his peers because of the various agribusiness ventures he engages in, writes Michael J Ssali. Robert Munyoro-Aganze, of Manywa Village, Kyanamukaaka Sub-county, Masaka

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Kitovu mobile farm school ex,current trainees exchange ideas on climate change,horticulture and networking 

BY MOSES MUWULYA It was yet another huge learning experience on Thursday 12 September as 50 mobile farm school trainees, both former and current, met and exchanged modern farming practices. Ideas were exchanged on mitigation of climate change effects,networking and linkage and marketing. Further, emphasis was also put on horticultural

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Trainees holding vanilla cuttings as Yiga shows them how to plant them and creep them on the supporting plants.

Mobile farm school trainees start getting practical experience from progressive farmers, declare to implement the skills

  By Moses Muwulya BUKOMASIMBI. A strict, principled farmer, Emmanuel Yiga’s farm is hardly accessed. The progressive vanilla and coffee farmer ensured that he even puts a warning message to the potential trespassers. This is the reason why  Yiga argues Kitovu mobile farm school trainees attached to him for practical

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