Bobo Eco Farm has kicked off the training of trainers for the Faculty of Agriculture – Uganda Martyrs University in the production of the larvae of the Black Soldier Fly (BSF) as an alternative source of animal feed.
The official opening of the training was graced by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Maviiri who lauded the BSFL technology as moving within the framework of the SDGs.
He expressed gratitude to Bobo Eco Farm for developing the technology which he said will also help attract youths into agriculture.
At the same occasion, the Proprietor and Managing Director Bobo Eco Farm Edward Ssebbombo while giving an overview of the training program underlined the spirit behind the project – which is to ensure that the BSFL technology is adopted by and adapted to smallholder farmer systems across the country as a tool to fight poverty. He pledged Bobo Eco Farm will do her best including continuous know-how transfer to ensure the project is a success.