A variety of crops are grown in the district and they include the following; Cotton, Coffee, Cocoa and Vanilla are grown purely for cash while Maize, Beans, G.nuts, Cassava, Rice, Sweet potatoes, Millet and Bananas are major food crops. Other crops grown include simsim, yams, Soya beans, Sunflower, Vegetables and fruits.Learn More »
The launch of UPE in 1997 signified Government policy to tackle exclusion from access to schools at the basic primary education level. More classrooms have been constructed, instructional materials were supplied to schools, and more teachers have been recruited and deployed to handle the long-drawn-out enrolment in schools.Learn More »
Since inception of the NAADS activities in the district, up to 852 farmer groups have been formed in the district. Itís through these farmer groups that community are operating/ accessing the services. Each farmer group is headed by a chairperson. There are 363 male farmer groups and 489 female farmer groups in the district.
The programme was rolled to cover all the 21 lower local governments of Luuka district.Learn More »
|Distance from iganga||33 km|