By APN Reporter
The Kabale district vice chairperson Bridget Tumwesigye Asinga has urged parents in Kabale district to embrace fruit tree growing a move to fight malnutrition.
Asinga was today afternoon speaking at the top class graduation ceremony for Kigata preparatory Nursery and Primary school in Kyanamira Sub County held at the school grounds where 83 pupils graduated to primary one.
Asinga revealed that the fruit trees in homes and schools are vital for fighting malnutrition which she revealed is a great challenge to district.
Asinga also urged schools whether private or government to also embrace the practice which she says can be easily coped by the pupils and later practiced in the homes and also donated 10 bags of cement to the school’s construction project.
Speaking at the function, Allen Monday the school;s director commended government for creating an enabling environment for private investors to start schools and contribute to the education sector.
Monday revealed that private schools contribute greatly to educating Ugandans by availing them with affordable and quality education