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Inflation Forces Kasese Farmers to Raise Prices

 

By Lominda Afedraru, 21 September 2011

Inflation is not only affecting at consumers but farmers as well. Farmers in Kasese district, growing various food items at Mubuku irrigation scheme and elsewhere, have been forced to increase prices of their produce by Shs200 from an already agreed price as a result of a price influx in the country.

Mr Frank Twinamatsiko, the chairperson of Basajjakweyamba Cooperative Society - Mubuku Irrigation Scheme Ltd, said farmers are unhappy about the price increases.

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Region to benefit from $45M drought tolerant maize project

 

By Ben Omondi

NAIROBI---Three East African Community (EAC) member states – Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania – are among five sub-Saharan Africa countries set to benefit from a five-year $ 49 million project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to develop maize varieties that can grow using less water.

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Gates reassures support for maize, cassava projects

 

Studies on maize and cassava cultivation projects are set to make progress, thanks to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation pledge to continue supporting them.

The support for the two projects as well as other scientific researches under the Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), were made by American billionaire Mr Bill Gates, during talks at the State House with President Jakaya Kikwete on Wednesday.

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