The hidden wealth in cassava

What you need to know:

Although Uganda’s farming communities remain the poorest in the country, different interventions that are grouping individuals with common purposes are proving that it is possible to get the rural populace out of poverty.

In Uganda, 74 per cent of farming households grow cassava but the majority of them are poverty-stricken communities, with very limited access to markets. More than 96 per cent of the cassava farmers access low cassava planting materials from their own fields or from fellow farmers.


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