Support Women Farmers in Sudan

 
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Note: These stories talk about the same issues that this project addresses, but are not necessarily about this specific project.

Giving Fertilizers To Farmers

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Kakamenga, Kenya
Map of Giving fertilizers to farmers A certain agricultural organisation has been of great help to the farmers in my region. Recently the prize of fertilizer and escalated and high an all time high and consequently increasing the cost of farming. Many were really founding it hard to purchase the fertilizer and thus the farm output was shortly declining. The organisation issued free facilities to the farmers to which became a huge boast and went ahead to loving fertilizer at subscridised prizes in the next round. It was really encouraging bearing in mind that the output went up. Read more.
Related to project keywords: fertilizer, purchase, farming, farmers, giving

Loans To Buy Machinery

By a male, 46-60 years old , in Rakai, Uganda
Map of LOANS TO BUY MACHINERY Most of the farming activities need capital to buy machinery drugs fertiliser and to pay for man power. LEAD has come out to give Agricultural loans to local farmers. Many local farmers have used this money to fence their grazing land,buying machinery like small tractors,hoes and many others. Due to aid and knowledge from LEAD farmers have realised that farming is areal business where one can prosper from. Read more.
Related to project keywords: need, farming, farmers, small, land

The Heavy Rainfall That Struck Our Village

By a male, under 16 years old, in Kiambu, Kenya
Map of The Heavy rainfall that struck our village It was on a sunday morning when i woke up from my cosy mosy bed and went outside the grey clouds were low in the sky. I told my parents that it was going to rain and it did rain after some few minutes,the rain rained and rained and rained.cattles died as a result of floods.The farms were filled with floods,the villagers prayed but the rain just continued raining.The rain,rained for four days then it stopped but many lives were lost in the tragedy,cattles also died and it brought loss to the farmers because their plants were destroyed.That time the Red-Cross heard about the tragedy and were touched to help the villagers and they came to their rescue and they helped the villagers and located them to another land and they started their life there again and forgot about the past i was pleased with their act and i thank them. Read more.
Related to project keywords: plants, floods, farmers, land, rain

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Yifat Susskind

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