Hydroponic gardens support livelihoods in Uganda’s refugee settlements

Refugees from Imvepi Refugee Settlement in northern Uganda during food distribution. Photo: WFP/Hugh Rutherford
High Energy Biscuits distribution in Bubukwangwa Transit centre, Uganda. Photo: WFP/Brenda Akuruchet
Makoma Shallotte, a member of Umoja Ni Ngufu Farmer’s Group. Photo: WFP/Solomon Mugulusi
Farmers learning how to grow crops using hydroponics. Photo: WFP/Solomon Mugulusi
Classroom training of farmers. Photo: WFP/Solomon Mugulusi
Training of farmers. Photo: WFP/Solomon Mugulusi.
Kande (far left) and members of the Umoja Ni Ngufu Farmer’s Group display their certificates collected after a WFP hydroponics training Photo: WFP/Solomon Mugulusi
Members of the Umoja Ni Ngufu Farmer’s Group check on their lettuce in one of the hydroponics gardens. Photo: WFP/Solomon Mugulusi
Members of the Umoja Ni Ngufu Farmer’s Group check on their tomatoes in one of the hydroponics gardens. Photo: WFP/Solomon Mugulusi
Manual hydroponics garden. Photo: WFP/Solomon Mugulusi

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