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‘E-voucher roll-out to create over 2,000 jobs’

KELLY NJOMBO, Lusaka
THE Indaba Agricultural Policy and Research Institute (IAPRI) has observed that the increase in private sector participation in the distribution of farming inputs under the electronic (e) voucher system has contributed to increased agricultural diversification.

The institute notes that once fully implemented, the e-voucher has the potential to improve productivity, generate cost savings, crowd-in private sector investment, create jobs and provide a better service to Zambian farmers.

“Once fully implemented, the e-voucher has the potential to support further productivity improvements and diversification away from maize,” this is according to IAPRI’s latest newsletter availed to the..http://epaper.daily-mail.co.zm/

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