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The "Mic Parwoth Farmer group" in Wadelai have also taken up the Enabling Rural Innovation (ERI) approach and are doing well. On Monday we had a monitoring Visit to this group and we learnt so many amazing things from them. These photos will say more on our visit...
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11/1/17
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RICE-WN staff together with members of the Yesu Kende Women's group in Erussi dance to a Traditional Song during a monitoring visit to the groups on 26th October 2017.
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The "Yesu kende women group" of Erussi Sub-county like the rest of the groups in Logiri, Ajia, Wadelai, Purongo and Got-apwoyo Sub counties has taken the ERI approach very seriously. They are doing amazing things. All have kitchen gardens. Samples here in the collection of photos. They are working as a group; They are very hospitable They follow Mr. Owinja (Program Officer Sustainable Agriculture) very closely.

All the groups we have visited testified that the ERI approach has helped them learn how to plant in lines. The benefit of planting in lines is that they use less seeds, the yield of crops is boosted because there is enough space and the crops have aeration; They have also learnt markets for selling their products.

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10/30/17
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Hello there,
RICE-WN staff issuing scholastic and sanitary material to GFC (Global Fund for Children) beneficiaries in Excel High Secondary School in Rhino Camp refugee settlement on Friday 6th 2017. This is done so as to promote education among conflict affected girls and ensure their retention in school and access to secondary education.
Thanks to RICE-WN staff that participated and the Management of Excel High Secondary school and the public at large for supporting our interventions.
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10/11/17
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