To Access safe, nutritious and sufficient food for a family is a basic need and is treated as a human right, with a priority given to most vulnerable women who put a meal on table daily. Food security project initiative implemented in Kabulasoke -Gomba, by Ntulume Village Women Development Association (NVIWODA), is linked to economic stability, a long-term health issue of families and women empowerment.
In addition to women groups from Mpigi, ninety (90) women from Kabulasoke Gomba District benefited from the Food Security initiative that has been supported by Global Fund for Women and at the start of the project United Methodist Women funded the project both of U.S.A. NVIWODA programs depend on the availability of funds. The women are drawn from Twenty-four (24) Community-Based Women Groups (CBOS).
NVIWODA on many occasions invited local authorities at the Gombolola, Community Development Officer – Kabulasoke and some of the Local Councils of the areas and husbands where beneficiaries reside, to participate and witness the activities carried out.
Women underwent classroom theoretical and hands on skills training. Close and regular monitoring of individual households is conducted to ensure value for the resources invested in the women.
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