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The Grass is Always Greener!

This is even true for some Malawians, but they do not accept that for long. ¬†Chigonthi District borders Ngwangwa District in Malawi, Africa. The border between the two areas follows a river¬†and Chigonthi farmers could see a big change last year in the amount of irrigation happening on the opposite bank. Several villages sent farmers […]

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Getting Out of the Hunger Cycle

Farmers in Malawi grow most of their grain in the upland during the rainy season. In addition to irrigation, this year we are working with farmers to ensure food security by providing a loan for farm inputs such as fertilizer and quality seeds. We are coaching them on good techniques and timely application of fertilizer, […]

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