In order to ensure Food Security, to empower economically from subsistence to commercial farming, Curb youths from traditional ways of hunting for meat in the game parks (Kidepo National Park, hunters (kids) are being killed on a monthly bases by the Uganda ranges station at Didinga side of Kanangorok) and cattle rustling as a way of life; and to expand and put into use land as a factor of production.
Families will minimize dependence on people abroad to buy them food from Uganda or run to Refugee camps.
Subsistence agriculture is one of the most practiced farming methods widely used by communities in the Didinga Mountains of South Sudan. The communities depend solely on crops produce and livestock for survival. People flock to the refugee camps annually when little was harvested.
Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya and Palabek Refugee Camp in Uganda can attest to this reality.
The communities were issued tractors without any supporting mechanism back several years ago. Worked for a while and after malfunctions, it has as been seating withering away.
Help Lotukei community to reclaim the tractor, so they may grow enough food and prosper.