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Kenyan farmers find sweet spot with nutritious, drought-hardy crop
by Caroline Wambui
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21 February 2020
On 21 February 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
In drought-prone central Kenya, a farmers' cooperative is growing resilient sweet potato and making popular bakery products with it. Owned and run by Meru Friends Sacco, a savings and credit cooperative, the facility in Maua town was established two years ago as a way to help people access nutritional food in a region where crops are routinely destroyed by drought.
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