Agribusiness Initiative Helps Impoverished Communities in Uganda
By Grit Staff | Apr 15, 2015
A recently developed and inspiring agribusiness initiative, the Uganda Community Farm was created to give Uganda’s rural poor residents the chance to learn skills that will help them develop agricultural areas and nourish their communities. The nonprofit program is determined to provide in gardening and life skills what the communities lack in local capital, and will serve as a template to help other impoverished villages develop into self-sustaining communities.
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