Reconciling and reintegrating former child soldiers of Kony's Lord's Resistance Army with their communities.
Jul 2014 09

Pomology Training – The Benefits of Banana Farming

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By: Alany Joel Banana farms are abundant in Uganda. A large percentage of bananas consumed locally are grown by small-scale farmers in rural areas. The farms are usually one hectare in size and support livestock as well. This model for local ...

Jun 2014 30

Entrepreneurial minds in northern Uganda!

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By Onen Zacchaeus   Angom Mary is a small business owner who has had a shop for the past three years. In her shop she sells cooking oil and small fish, mostly to community members nearby. Until participating in GRG’s entrepreneurship training, ...

Jun 2014 17

First Impressions at GRG

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By Joel Alany The best way to support viable solutions of recovery on the ground and develop local efforts of rehabilitation, is through local ownership. This is my first impression after 2 months with GRG and engaging with GRG’s community groups!! ...

May 2014 25

Organic Fruit Farming for Peace

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By Denish Oturi and Kitty Paulus Of the many projects that our groups work on, organic farming is one of the most popular. In those projects, people often wonder what the word 'pomology' means, which is one of the terms we ...

Mar 2014 31

Photo Gallery: the Group Development Plan

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GRG has a firm belief that the solutions to post-conflict problems lie with those who face the problems themselves. For this reason, GRG supports groups to identify the specific problems faced by their communities and examine the possible solutions. Groups ...

Mar 2014 12

The best & funniest questions during Livestock training

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By Odong Charles & Kitty Paulus The winner for best question is……why do goats like washing soap? Washing soap is made up of a variety of ingredients, including calcium oil and alcohol! So that is what attracts the goats to eat it. ...

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