After one year it is time to say goodbye. A big thanks to Kiima Foods for hosting me as their volunteer in Kasese. Advertisements
Millions of people are still drinking contaminated water that can cause diseases. 30% of Ugandans currently lack access to clean water. Making the water germ-free is time-consuming and costly. People have to use either firewood or electricity to boil the water which takes a lot of time. For sustainability reasons and to fight the degradation … More Clean drinking water for everyone!
Kiima Foods Coffee and Grains Services Company Ltd by shares, founded in 2014 by farmers to bulk Coffee, and other grains for export. The company obtained legal status on 18th February, 2015. Right now the season for maize is going to end that is why we are bulking maize. We purchased a maize sheller as … More Kiima Foods Coffee and Grains Services Company LTD
Do you want to support small scale farmers in Kasese district? Help us building a store with “Umoja produce and marketing group” and ensure post-harvest food security! Have a look at our project –> Project site Donate now for “Post-harvest food security in Uganda- A store for Umoja!”. The donation is processed by our partner … More A store for Umoja!
In October Satnet and Kiima Foods lay out a research plot with Umoja farmer group. Meanwhile the maize/cotton has grown and the beans are almost ready for harvesting. The whole area where maize is grown is partly affected by a striga plant that removes the maize’s nutrients. In order to fight this pest we want … More Research on striga plants in Munkunyu with Umoja farmer group
My name is Mbahimba Jimmy; I am a primary school teacher and live in Kanyambara Village, Kacungiro Parish, Munkunyu Sub-county in Kasese District. I am a member of KAWODA, a farmer group that is affiliated to Kiima Foods (NGO). Kiima Foods is a partner organisation to WWF-UCO with the objective to increase access to clean … More Success story of Mr. Mbahimba Jimmy on the 13th November 2015
Kiima Foods is implementing monitoring visits to measure progress of farmergroups and to detect challenges as well as difficulties. The members of the farmergroup “Umoja” depict their story through the “Gender Action Learning System” (GALS). GALS methodology was developed in order to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment in rural and agricultural areas. Household methodologies … More Monitoring Visit: Umoja Farmergroup