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Transforming Lives through Small-Scale Irrigation: Mujinya Kenneth’s Success Story

The Sprinktech Mbarara team recently had the privilege of hosting representatives from Feed The Future Inclusive Agriculture Market (FtF IAM) and USAID. This visit was centered around assessing the progress and scaling of our small-scale irrigation technologies for smallholder farmers—a project we are diligently implementing with their invaluable support.

Our meeting began at the Mbarara Branch, where we engaged in a productive discussion before heading out to the field to witness the tangible impact of our efforts. Our field visit took us to the farm of Mujinya Kenneth, a dedicated member of the Itaara Farmers Group. The Itaara Farmers Group is one of the pioneering collectives that have benefited from our irrigation system under this project.

Mujinya Kenneth’s Journey to Success

Mujinya Kenneth stands as a shining example of how small-scale irrigation can transform farming. Before the introduction of the irrigation system, Mujinya had less than an acre of passion fruit garden. With the installation of the irrigation system, his passion fruit garden has not only survived but thrived. Mujinya has expanded his garden to more than one acre and diversified his crops to include tomatoes, hot peppers, and green peppers.

The impact on Mujinya’s crop yield has been nothing short of remarkable. The growth rate of his passion fruits has almost doubled since the implementation of the irrigation system. This significant increase in productivity has been a game-changer for Mujinya and his farm.

The Transformative Power of Irrigation                                                 

Mujinya’s success story is a powerful testament to the transformative power of irrigation. His farm now spans over 2 acres, and the ability to grow crops even during the dry season has opened up new opportunities for him. With the capacity to cultivate during periods of scarcity, Mujinya can command higher prices for his produce, significantly boosting his income and financial stability.

The diversity of crops on his farm—passion fruits, green peppers, tomatoes, and hot peppers—ensures a steady and varied income stream. This agricultural diversification is crucial for resilience against market fluctuations and climate unpredictability.



Expanding Our Impact

“Inspired by stories like Mujinya Kenneth’s, Sprinktech is committed to expanding this transformative project. In the coming months, we plan to extend our small-scale irrigation solutions to more farmers across the region. Our ambitious target is to reach 210 smallholder farmers in Western and Northern Uganda by the end of the year 2024.”

This initiative is not just about improving crop yields; it’s about empowering farmers to achieve sustainable livelihoods and fostering economic growth in rural communities. We are excited to follow up on Mujinya’s progress and share further updates on how our irrigation project is making a difference.

Looking Ahead

Mujinya Kenneth’s story is just the beginning. As we continue to collaborate with FtF IAM and USAID, we are optimistic about the future. The success of smallholder farmers like Mujinya demonstrates the immense potential of small-scale irrigation to transform agriculture, enhance food security, and improve livelihoods.

Stay tuned for more updates as we work towards making a lasting impact on the lives of farmers in Uganda. Together, we can cultivate a brighter, more sustainable future for all.

By sharing success stories like Mujinya Kenneth’s, we hope to inspire more farmers to embrace innovative agricultural technologies and practices. Join us on this journey to transform agriculture, one farm at a time. Read More…….


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