After a successful pilot of the Rangoonwala project, DOT Uganda is pleased to release a Rangoonwala Foundation project publication; Accelerating Sustainable Livelihoods for Rural Subsistence Farmers. This publication seeks to highlight some of the achievements that DOT Uganda has made in communities and in the lives of the Interns throughout the Rangoonwala Foundation funded project in Opit, Lakwana and Atyang sub counties - Gulu District.
DOT Uganda received a grant from the UK-based Rangoonwala Foundation, a non-political, not-for-profit development organization committed to sustainable people-centered inclusive development to deliver a six months’ pilot project in Gulu district.
The grant was to extend the delivery of DOT programming to rural communities in Gulu, following the piloting of the Access to Market project funded by Oxfam. Within these months, over 550 beneficiaries were trained in Opit, Lakwana and Atyang sub counties using the expertise of only six (6) Interns. This publication therefore isn’t only to highlight the achievements made through the project but to also commend our dedicated team of Interns for a job well done.