So, the farmers are pretty good farmers, eh?
They have a refurbished warehouse courtesy of “Partners” for Progress and now aggregate their crops. They have also received tools to weigh, package, and monitor for moisture content. They would like further training in warehouse and small business management and marketing but their number one request is for help to increase their production. A non-government organisation, Faida MaLi has contracted or partnered with Purchase for Progress to provide this training over the next two years of this five year pilot project. Whether the project continues or not depends on the farmers and the conclusions of this Technical Review Panel.
What the Review Panel saw on their field visit.