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Creating change in Tanzania
Regina Aloyce... How Farmer Field Schools Changed Her Life When Regina Aloyce first joined the Jikomboe Farmer Field School her crop production was very low. Regina was averaging six bags of maize per acre and two bags of pigeon peas per acre – and...
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Market day in Mankush
Across Ethiopia, local markets are places where people come to buy and sell goods, share information and socialize. Their importance as places to discuss the latest news, exchange ideas and earn an income cannot be overstated. In the very remote Mankush...
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Farmers serve as models for others
CPAR’s food security programming works in such a way that when done right, knowledge and skills are easily transferred to neighbours and community members beyond the direct target of a given project. In the case of both Farmers First and BSG FSEG, two...
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Gender Equality - Women growing stronger through conservation Agriculture
With a husband and three kids to feed, Perusi Mawazo, 36, of Sarawe village, Bunda District, Tanzania was frustrated by her low levels of production and lack of access to knowledge and capital to improve the situation. She struggled to find enough food to...
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