One of the most transformative and sustainable aspects of the Katine project has been the livelihoods element. The aim was to introduce new farming techniques and improved seed varieties to promote food sustainability in the short-term and, in time, increase access to markets. (..) Already the experience has taken them to Lira, in northern Uganda, to talk to another village that, under a World Food Programme initiative, is adopting a similar plan. "We are making Katine known," says Egandat. "It is the best place."