Last week, a delegation of 12 officials led by the UBC Board Chairperson, James Rwehabura, UBC Managing Director, Watson Agaba and Chief Engineer, Michael Agaba visited the facility on a fact finding mission.
Emmanuel Tebanyang, a policy analyst at KDF says the life of pastoralists with the new trends in land acquisition puts livelihoods at risk. He notes that if the said land is fenced off, pastoralists will be left with about five percent of land to manage.
In the function, both elders and children made commitments to abandon FGM. Children through songs pleaded with government to help them catch up with life through education and other programs since they have been kept awany by FGM.