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Uganda: Rehabilitating the cattle corridor

Uganda: Rehabilitating the cattle corridor

With a population of over 200,000 people, according the 2012 Uganda National Census, the Nakaseke district of Uganda is renown for farming and cattle keeping. People grow crops ranging from coffee, maize, beans, cassava, sweet potatoes, pineapples, etc. Earlier this year, the corridor, including the neighbouring districts of Nakasongola, was hit by a severe drought that left many cows dead and pastoralists looking for pasture and water.  

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21 February 2020

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