ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: A young woman on the road in rural Uganda.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Aisha Kawudha received goats through the ISU-UP livestock program in 2010. She sells goats to get money for school fees and household supplies. Aisha has 10 children and several grandchildren.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Sanula Nakisige shows off her poultry enclosure. Sanula’s son was severely malnourished before she learned about proper nutrition through the ISU-UP’s Nutrition Education Center. She now trains other mothers, teaching them about nutrition, agriculture, and sanitation.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Small-holder farmer Paul Baabi stands in a soybean field.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: A young pig in the garden.
ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Gail Nonnecke, ISU Morrill Professor, Global Professor in Global Resource Systems, and an associate director for the CSRL, addresses a group of student service learners from Iowa State and Makerere University one evening last summer, along with a few ISU-UP professionals, at the compound facility in Uganda’s Kamuli District. A new residential training center is currently under construction; when completed, it will relieve the overcrowding at the current site and serve as a year-round community training and demonstration center.
Gloria Ishimwe, a Makerere University student, talks to Tom Brumm, an ISU professor and faculty leader for the student service learning program in Uganda, before heading out to work in a school garden.