Earlier this year in May, Bryan White Foundation was able to reach out to Bettina Tumuhaise and 300 other farmers, in Vvumba – Zirobwe, Luwero District who needed support. As part funding, the foundation gave them farming equipment, seedlings, tools and additional capital.
As part of the assessment and review, the Foundation team visited the farmers who benefited from the May project on Friday,7th September 2018 to find out how the project is progressing.
“We were impressed by courage and hard work shown by these people. Most of the people we visited had visible projects as an evidence,” Stellah of Bryan White Foundation said.
The team further asked farmers the challenges they are facing in their daily activities and lives and how it can be solved.
Among the projects reviewed are piggery, poultry, maize and bean growing, skilling centre and market.
During the project review, the team visited St. Stephens Church of Uganda Mpigi in the area which was also partly funded by Bryan White Foundation.