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Bryan White Foundation Starts Agricultural Investment Plans At Kawanda Research Station

Self proclaimed socialite and money bags, Bryan White yesterday during the day catalyzed his podium workers to visit Kawanda Recreation research station.

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The main reason why they existed in that place was to unveil new agricultural skills that will help in teaching people who are linked to farming.

Therefore while speaking to the public, Bryan White Foundation informed the public on what they revealed during their research.

“Our team has taken part in an agricultural training today at Kawanda research station. This research centre started in 1935 and is open to the public.

Kawanda has many departments, among them is food bio science, social science department, Banana’s department and many more.

Our foundation members spent the day getting hands on training, on Banana Plantation.

At Kawanda they have to varieties of plantation; Local variety and Hybrid variety which are re-categorized below.  Food (Mbwazirume , Katwalo, Kibuzi, Nakatembe  etc), Yellow Bananas (Ndizee, Bogoya, Kivuvu), Roasting (Gonja), Brewing Type (Kisubi, Mbidde).

Training at Kawanda is open to the public, as a foundation we looking on awakening the youth from Poverty putting a lot of emphasis on Agriculture”

However this research partly will awaken youth from poverty through easier farming skills.

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