• Implementation of the food security project in Dokolo district using high yielding seeds of sunflower, beans and cassava. This project expired in June 2012. It was funded by ACDI/VOCA, and so far 7881 farmers have been reached..
  • Establishment of a micro credit program in Ntungamo district for 94 youth groups, 198 women groups, with a membership of 28 clients per group, 221 men groups, all with a membership of 10 members per group, and 100 groups in Mukono district with a membership of 5 members per group. NSARWU received funds mobilized by the Chairperson, to the tune of 250 million shillings. One hundred and ninety two million (198 m) was disbursed to women groups in Ntungamo district, while 50 million was received as loans to 50 youth groups but was revolved for another 44 groups. The total clientele for women is 5544, 940 youths, 2210 men, and 500 men and women in Mukono district.
  • Safe motherhood advocacy work by the Chairperson, in 11 districts for village health teams who should disseminate the information to their respective districts. Information is disseminated on HIV/AIDS, nutrition and gender sensitization.
  • Implementation of the community based integrated nutrition program in Kabula and Nyabushozi counties in Mbarara district. This is an ongoing project in partnership with Community Based Nutrition program [COBIN], an NGO whose goal is to carry out nutrition activities in Lyantonde district. In 2004, family care workers were trained to carry out growth monitoring activities under the UPHOLD project which expired in 2006. The partnership has promoted the sustainability of the project, especially keeping the Project Coordinators on the ground.
  • Establishment of 5 afforestation sites in Ntungamo district. Ninety two thousand (92,000) seedlings of pine in partnership with NEMA were planted in Itojo (36,000), Rweikiniro (36,000) and Irenga (24,000). Another 2 sites were established in Itojo and Kitwe, with funding from MTN.
  • Institutional strengthening of the Secretariat. Project offices have been established and staff recruited in project areas, Dokolo with 18 members of staff, Ntungamo with 5 Credit Officers and a Site Supervisor for the afforestation project, Lyantonde with 3 Coordinators for the nutrition program.

Districts of operation since inception, August, 1994.

District Projects In charge
1.Mbale Dairy Farming project Mr. Patrick Sirali
2.Kumi Piggery project Hon. Amongin
3.Soroti Cattle rearing Mrs. Ekemu
4.Kaberamaido Ox ploughing Mrs. Ekemu
5.Gulu Zero grazing andHousing project Mr. Joram Mwesigye
6.Nebbi Use of high yielding seeds Revolving fund Hon. Catherine Mavenjina
7.Kitgum Maize mail project Mrs. Sylvia Onen
8.Masindi Heifer Project Mrs. Psomgen
9.Kotido Honey making and agroforestry Mr. Damiano
10 Busia Food security project with ACDI-VOCA Alice
11.Mpigi Micro finance project with 20 groups Mrs. Bena Nabasitu, Proscovia Namusisi,
12.Ntungamo Micro finance groups with women, men, and youths. Mrs. Nuwagaba, Mrs. Karen Baguma, Mrs. Juliet Nkwata
13. Lira Micro finance groups  
14.Tororo Micro finance groups Hon. Dorothy Hyuha
15.Iganga Food security project  
16.Wakiso Micro finance Mr. Umaru
17.Buikwe Micro finance Mrs. Margaret Hasasha
18.Kabale Micro finance Mrs. Kanabahita,
19.Lyantonde Nutrition project Mrs. Lillian
20.Kiruhura Nutrition project Mrs. Lillian
21.Moroto Food security project Mr. Patrick Sirali
22. Dokolo Food security project with ACDI-VOCA. Mr. C. Lwanga
Restocking/President’s initiative Mr. F. Odida, Mr. Patrick Sirali
Gulu Animal husbandry  
Kitgum Animal husbandry  
Mbarara Animal husbandry  
Kiboga Animal husbandry  
Busheny Clonal coffee  
Kamuli Clonal coffee  
Luwero Animal husbandry  
Mpigi Animal husbandry