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How one man built a thriving fruit tree seedling business with support from Action Against Hunger
Editor's Note: With our thanks to our Uganda mission team for providing this piece.
Lomoe Achilla is a 55-year-old married father and peasant farmer from the Kaabong district of Karamoja, Uganda. In order to stay afloat financially, and not get hit hard by the lean seasons causing food insecurity in his area, he embraced the idea of raising fruit tree seedlings.
Margaret Akello’s Story
Only a few years ago, Margaret Akello lived in a temporary camp for people displaced by conflict in Northern Uganda. Today, she runs a thriving farming business and raises livestock. Photo: ACF-Uganda.
Editor's Note: Duncan Bell, Action Against Hunger's Country Director in Uganda, and our food security and livelihoods team provided the source material for this story.
Simple drip-irrigation project helps farmers conquer the dry season
by Elisabeth Anderson Rapport, November 10, 2015
Editor's Note: Our thanks to the Action Against Hunger team in Uganda for providing the case study that informed this post.