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20, 000 to benefit from CRS Feed the Future project

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KELLY NJOMBO, Lusaka
ABOUT 20,000 smallholder farmers’ households are expected to benefit from agricultural extension and advisory services being implemented in 19 camps in Chipata and Lundazi districts to boost food security in the province.

The Catholic Relief Services (CRS)’s Feed the Future Zambia Mawa project in Eastern Province is aimed at supporting smallholder farmer households intensify and diversify agricultural production for improved health, nutrition and engagement to market linkages.

“CRS provides agriculture extension and advisory services, with emphasis on conservation agriculture, through 520 lead farmers to more than 10,000 smallholder households, with plans to…http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/


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