17,000 farmers to benefit from climate resilience project

OVER 17,000 smallholder farmers in Zambia stand to benefit from the K11.5 million (US$500,000) World Food Programme (WFP) project that seeks to strengthen their resilience to climate crises and boosting their financial inclusion over the next two years.
The scaling-up project, which is deemed as a game changer, is financially supported by Citi Foundation, an arm of Citi Bank.
It works to promote economic progress and improve the lives of people in low-income communities around the world.
With a strong focus on women farmers, the programme in Zambia will work towards empowering them and ensuring their active participation in decision-making processes…https://enews.daily-mail.co.zm/welcome/home