We at the Center for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods are truly moved by the outpouring of suppor
Please join us in honoring Denise Bjelland's 47 years of service to Iowa State University!
Partnering with ISU ABE faculty and students, Moses Kalyango traveled 8,000 miles to explore solutions to a centuries-old problem: how can subsistence farmers get rid of maize weevils?
Kristi Goedken, senior in Agricultural and Life Sciences Education, participated in the Spring Break 2019 Service Learning Trip to Uganda and created a promotional video to build awareness about the program.
Students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences’ 2019 Uganda Service Learning Program are collecting books for activities to enhance the reading achievement of pupils in primary schools in the Kamuli District of Uganda.
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We would like to thank everyone who made a financial contribution to the Center for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods Livestock Integration FUNDISU Campaign. You helped to exceed our goal by raising a total of $20,595 before the $10,000 match, bringing the final amount raised to $30,595 from 80 generous donors!
The ISU Center for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods invites you to share in supporting the expansion of livestock production, improved animal health and increased animal-source foods in Kamuli District, Uganda.
The ISU Center for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods invites you to share in changing the lives of men and women farmers, youth entrepreneurs and children in rural Uganda by supporting the expansion of livestock production, improved animal health and increased animal-source foods. This expansion will be managed through the Iowa State University-Uganda Program in Kamuli District, Uganda. Click here to learn more about the campaign or to make a financial contribution.
President Wintersteen was featured on the Borlaug Blog last week. She shared her vision for the future with the World Food Prize: "In the year 2050, a gathering will take place at the Mpirigiti Rural Training Centre in the Kamuli District of Uganda.
Three Iowa State University graduate students were recently awarded the Worldwide 2018 Food Solutions Challenge.
A new rural training center dedicated July 11 in the East African country of Uganda will help the Center for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods expand food and agricultural programs that serve local families. It also will provide more service-learning opportunities for ISU and African students.
For three Iowa State University graduate students, winning the worldwide 2018 Food Solutions Challenge was more than an honor – it meant they could help reduce food waste in their homeland.
We could like to thank everyone that made a financial contribution to the Center for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods Nutrition Education Center Campaign.
Betty Kagoya’s youngest daughter was so small at birth that Kagoya named her Miracle. But in the Kamuli District, where poverty is pervasive and families have little access to proper nutrition, Miracle’s long-term prospects were uncertain.