By Sarah Mawarere for UBC Radio in Uganda
In eastern Uganda’s Elgon region, extreme climate events like landslides, floods and excessive run-off degrades land. The Sustainable Livelihoods Management Programme, now running for 10 years, equips farmers with the tools to reduce soil erosion and increase land productivity. Sarah Mawarere uncovers the reasoning behind this project, and the results seen thus far.
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This article is reproduced here as part of the Space for Giants African Conservation Journalism Programme, supported by the owner of ESI Media, which includes independent.co.uk. It aims to expand the reach of conservation and environmental journalism in Africa, and bring more African voices into the international conservation debate.
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