Agriculture

26th Jun 2017

Burundi & Ghana: Two techniques for storing tomatoes longer 

Vital Nduwimana hated how many tomatoes he lost every season. For years, his tomatoes started rotting just three or four days after harvest. He felt Read More

6th May 2016

On a sunny morning, Samuel Kinuthia and his two employees prepare a fresh strip of land to sow crops on his three-acre farm in Murang’a county, 85 kilometres outside Nairobi.

The farm is Read More

27th Apr 2016

Tears roll down Henry Otim’s cheeks as he recalls the pain he experienced at the hands of the Lord’s Resistance Army. In northern Uganda, the Lord’s Resistance Army was well-known for abducting Read More

20th Apr 2016

John Mateo washes a bucket full of red apples. He knows that if they are not peeled and dried in a hot oven, they will rot, goats will spoil them, and hunger will arrive.

The 35-year-old Read More

13th Apr 2016

Holding a container of a powdery substance in one hand and a stick in the other, Lasso Soar gradually pours the powder into a jar of water and uses the stick to turn the mixture. He explains, “ Read More

11th Apr 2016

Stephen Tumhaire rakes through the knee-high grass to get rid of fallen tree branches that might stop the grass from growing in his field Read More

6th Apr 2016

Marinus Aka is a 31-year-old teacher at Regina Pacis higher technical college, and the most educated person in his family. He even teaches extra hours and classes at different schools. Though his Read More

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