Improved Farming Systems for Persons with disabilities
Having been supported by Miva oneMen through Katalemwa Home for Rehabilitation Services with two brand new YAMAHA DT 125 motorcycles for outreach activities for children with disabilities, DFK staff were able to conduct community sensitization exercise, house to house baseline survey among families for persons with disabilities
Edgar is being taken for treatment by a staff from Dreamfarm Kyakabunga Group
Dream Farm's Response to COVID 19
Dream Farm Kyakabunga Group (DFK ) has embarked on training community members in soap making using cheap raw materials to enable families wash house items and hands regularly as a measure to prevent COVID 19.
In addition, people depend on hand to mouth on daily basis, others depend on relatives, friends and well-wishers, the lockdown is a major threat to their survival due to lack of food and other essential needs for hygiene, with our limited resources we continue to train community members hands on in small scale food security innovations and support affected families and people with disabilities with planting materials to increase food production for household members.
Donating liquid soap to a family of a disabled boy
DFK staff train community members in soap making.
We request for your contribution as an emergency fund to help marginalised families during the lockdown.
What We Do
DFK is an NGO focusing on poverty alleviation among vulnerable rural farmers and communities in Uganda.
We work with different communities, to promote food security, water harvesting and animal nutrition
Communities have greatly benefited in improving household incomes and food security
Dairy farmers enjoy benefits of better pastures and water harvesting
St. Jude family projects strengthens DFK institutional development
Practical Permaculture Institute of Kenya and Canadian friends training DFK
DFK establishes food security gardens to increase food production at Bijubwe PS