The expedition under the theme, “walk for water and climate change is expected to cover 10 days. The walkers will make stopovers in seven districts.
Women make up most of the smallholder farmers in the world, producing the majority of the food in lower-income countries
The walkers have covered parts of central Uganda including Nakasongola district where they planted trees
The team of walkers will also engage in a tree planting at Nakasongola during the national events to commemorate the women’s day at Nakasongola
The walkers set off on Monday after being flagged off by Paul Mafabi, the director of environment affairs in the Ministry of Water and Environment.
Ayeni who is the chief walker is leading two colleagues, Oco Dunstan, a student at Uganda Christian University and Julius Onyole, a pastor and civil engineer....
The trek is expected to cover most of the towns in eastern Uganda in 10 days
They will cross landmarks including Mabira Forest reserve and the longest bridge across the Nile, the new Nile Bridge
Ayeni is yet to embark on another climate change challenge. Reaching the top of mountain Rwenzori
The towering Ayeni two months ago walked 320km from Kampala to Kapchorwa in the name of causing awareness about climate change
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