This is the second in a series of TOPS Agriculture and Natural Resource Management case studies.
ACDI/VOCA is the prime organization for the USAID Food for Peace-funded Resiliency through Wealth, Agriculture, and Nutrition (RWANU) Program. RWANU aims to reduce stunting and increase resiliency in the Southern Karamoja region in Uganda. This case study describes micro-irrigation activities and horticulture production programs put into place by RWANU in Karamoja, Uganda in order to increase production and consumption of nutritious foods.
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