MAMAH CEO attends mushroom spawn production training

Dr. Violet Gwokyalya preparing mushroom substrate at Kawanda reserach laboratory

Dr. Violet Gwokyalya, the CEO MAMAH undertook training in mushroom spawn production. The training was carried out at the National Agricultural Research Laboratory – NARL –Kawanda with the aim to build MAMAH capacity to support the HIV/AIDS project studying the efficacy of Oyster mushrooms in controlling opportunistic infections among people living with HIV/AIDS.

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