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Green Lane NGO monetizes organic farming for women agronomists
by Jackie Abramian
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28 April 2021
On 28 April 2021 Forbes reported:
When Green Lane Agricultural Assistance (Green Lane) NGO launched in 2004 by agronomist Dr. Nune Sarukhanyan, 'green' farming was a new concept in Armenia. Now, after having pioneered participatory approaches to rural development with over 100 completed projects, 'green' farming is practiced by mostly women farmers, and has become a common practice across the three-million populated country that borders Iran, Georgia, Turkey, and Azerbaijan.
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