Students accredited with Module 6 will be able to utilize a range of facilitation and participatory skills to identify and mobilize households for improved household food security. Upon successful completion of this module you will be able to confidently say that you
should be able to facilitate the development of household food resources management strategies to improve household food security.
In this module your main task is to link everything you have learnt in previous modules and done with households so far, to get the bigger picture and implement a homestead food garden together with households. You will plan and carry out a set of sustainable, low-input activities with selected households in the area to help them finalize the design plans for their homestead food gardens. Why is this important?
In this module your main task is to plan and carry out a set of activities with selected households in the community to help them gain a good understanding of their current and possible future use of natural resources in their area.
In Module 1 you are introduced to concepts such as food security, food insecurity, nutrition security, livelihood security, food policies and programmes and the role played by different stakeholders involved in food security.
The main purpose of the study was for AgShare team from Makerere University to share the agricultural skills and knowledge with Kiruhura farmers, and equip them with better milk handling and marketing skills through experience sharing and feedback meeting
This paper discusses methods used to understand how consumers who have different concerns about nutrition react to BSE events and how beef consumption after BSE discoveries were shaped by consumers concerns of food safety and their trust of government and
This paper examines the impact of media coverage of food safety and defense issues on consumer confidence in food safety, and measures the response of stock prices of food companies to changes in consumer confidence.