Conducting research to improve food and nutritional security of small landholders—and sharing that knowledge—is an integral part of CSRL activities. These projects currently are underway.
This project seeks to promote production and utilization of grain amaranth in Uganda, to contribute to alleviation of malnutrition, food insecurity and poverty of resource poor farmers.
Low soil fertility of degraded soils and lack of access to inorganic fertilizer and major constraints for overcoming poverty and mal-nutrition of small landholder farm families in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The goal of this project is to promote sustainable livelihoods of small landholder women farmers by strengthening their capacity for market-oriented farming and establishing farmer associations to share knowledge, experience, and market bases.
This project promotes sustainable livelihoods of small landholder women farmers in the Kamuli district of Uganda.