Plans and Aspirations for sweet potato and cassava crops in SSLLP’s Karonga Integrated Community Livelihoods Project

Mr. Mwangomba is one of the beneficiaries who received both sweet potato and cassava cultivars from SSLLP this year. He is a very hard working farmer that has received the development gladly. Mr. Mwangomba managed to multiply the sweet potato vines he was given tremendously and transplanted the vines to an even wider field. He…

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Passing on the gift

In the year 2003, ten dairy farmers received original dairy cattle straight from Ireland. The strength of this project was in the idea of passing on the heifers from one beneficiary who received the animal to another. After fourteen years of the projects implementation, one might tend to wonder if the project has addressed the…

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Women in Agriculture

SSLLP envisions a Malawian society where small holder farmers are able to realize meaningful, tangible and sustainable livelihood benefits from agricultural enterprise and natural resources and SSLLP realizes that this cannot be achieved if women are left behind in Agricultural activities. Malawi as a country is comprised by a majority of women and so if…

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