Improved cassava seeds are expected to be mature and cassava stems will be cut and be distributed free of charge to, at least 160 rural farmers, in Amuria District by October, 2018.
To replicate the project idea to other farmers, each rural farmer / household will benefit by receiving 3600 cassava cuttings (8 bags) in order to plant cassava on one acre of land. Our continued training activities will encourage women, men and youth to actively participate to propel sustainable agricultural development. We are helping others to trigger an over-due change by un-locking their potential to cause effect of improvement in their lives.
Overall, the project outcomes are expected to improve cassava production, food security and nutrition, and the livelihoods of, at least 160 households (640 people) in Amusus rural farmers? communities, in Amuria District.