KAYANZA November 11th (ABP) – The communal administration of Muruta in Kayanza province (north) launched on Wednesday the campaign to set up vegetable gardens with members of community loan and savings groups in the hills. Mpfunda and Muganza. The adviser to the communal administrator of Muruta in charge of political affairs indicated that this campaign will ensure food security and deal with climate change, we learned on site.
During those activities to launch the campaign to set up vegetable gardens, the adviser to the communal administrator of Muruta in charge of political affairs, Mr. Sylvestre Kibinakanwa, indicated that this campaign comes at the right time. and that it is part of ensuring food security and dealing with climate change. To do this, he asked the inhabitants of Muruta to consider the daily irrigation of the vegetable gardens already in place. Speaking in turn, the coordinator within the “Dutabarane” association, via the project called Turime 2 which granted these vegetable seeds in this commune of Muruta, Mr. Eric Makarakiza, testified that every household must do use one’s own means, however small, and set up at least one vegetable garden, especially since every mouth needs vegetables. It should be noted that the members of the community savings and credit groups of the Mpfunda village have pooled their plots of land for the practice of block agriculture over an area of more than 6 hectares.