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How 75,000 abandoned cabbages inspired a huge online forum for farmers In Africa
by Diane Cole
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1 November 2019
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Making lemonade out of life's lemons is one thing. But what could Kenyan IT consultant-turned-farmer Noah Nasiali-Kadima do with the 75,000 fresh cabbages he had been stuck with? ... [He] started a Facebook group so that he and other farmers -- including new ones like himself, and experienced farm veterans -- could discuss and come up with solutions to problems just like this.
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... The Africa Farmers Group now has 138,000 online members in Kenya and throughout Africa. He has also organized in-person educational seminars in countries across the continent including South Africa, Nigeria, Somalia, and Zambia. The goal is to help farmers learn the skills they need to succeed, by providing forums in which they can share their own stories of success and failure, and offer their peers empathy, encouragement, and practical tips.
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