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This book has an advocacy message from the Kingdom of Bunyoro-Kitara.What is advocacy? It states the concern of the Omukama of Bunyoro–Kitarafor his subjects over poverty, the need to improve the poor health of mothersand halt deaths of children. To save both they need food for nutrition. Thiscalls for an end to distortions in the economy that hinder raising livestocki.e. cattle and crops for nutrition. Causes lie in the sad history of theKingdom.Limited space in this booklet has not allowed it to be told in full but you willread enough to start thinking out a better future. It is not its purpose toglorify the past. This advocacy is built on study of historical sources. This isa message written for very many people and you are one of them. It is insimple language so as to reach a cross section of busy people. It is intendedto raise public awareness for informed democratic participation. It quotessources that you can look at for more details. It will be read in homes,offices, buses, taxis, flights waiting rooms etc. Political leaders,industrialists, investors, diplomats, civil servants, religious leaders,development workers and students of development studies will find hereuseful information. The text is short and readable in one sitting withoutstrain. Enjoy this for purposeful reading.