Livelihoods and Economic Empowerment

Livelihoods and Economic Empowerment

Rural Livelihoods are enhanced by through effective participation of women, and men in rural communities to  increase productivity and improve small holder farmer’s livelihoods  and also address the impacts of climate change. FIRD seeks to Improve

Improving Agricultural production of small-holder farmers in Lango sub-region. FIRD seeks to Improve Farmer productivity through skills development trainings, Improve access to agriculture inputs, Improve food security and nutrition status of farmers and their household.

Improving Agri-Business Development in Lango Sub-region. FIRD seeks to improve Market Access for small holder farmers including women, Priovide and expand Access to financial services for small-holder farmers and support the farmers to develop strategies for farmers’ product value additions in the post conflict communities of Northern Uganda

Economic Empowerment and Livelihoods Enhancement among the Indigenous Karamojong people to ensure full and effective particpation of indigenous women in all in all aspects of society for improved livelihoods with support from AYNI ( 2016-2017)

Energy savings stove technology dissemination project in Ogur Sub-county, Lira District with support from Germany Technical Cooperation (GTZ). Main task was to train households in the making of modern efficient energy savings stoves.(2009 -2010)