Future-Forward: Innovations for a world that does not yet exist

African Rural University preps Ugandan Women as Innovative Landowners

The first class of Ugandan women are soon to graduate ARU, an agricultural training university in Western Uganda specializing in systems-thinking and visionary business ideas to eradicate local poverty. The Uganda Rural Development and Training Programme (URDT) hopes to export this field-based university model for local adaption across Western Africa. More information at MediaGlobal.


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This entry was posted on June 15, 2009 by in innovation, poverty alleviation and tagged , , , .
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