To effectively pursue Eatbeta’s mission, a training demo-center is planned to be constructed on a 25-acre land at Kashongi village in Kiruhura district. During the past Eatbeta’s summer missions in Uganda, training sessions were scattered across the country and this meant a lot of traveling time for the trainers, who on average spent 4-5 hours per trip just traveling. This resulted in exhaustion and the inability to reach more rural farmers—who would have benefited from the training programs. We have figured that it would be more effective to have the training programs carried out at a central location and setting—similar to that in the model picture shown below. The demo-center is expected to sustain itself through income generated from selling crops and animals raised at demonstration farmland.
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