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This testimony was shared by Brazil's ambassador to Togo, Antonio Carlos de Salles Menezes during the commemoration of the 197th anniversary of Brazil's existence as a sovereign nation last Friday in Lome.
“I’ve been a farmer all my life. I had not received any training in agriculture and only used my local knowledge,” says Yohana Zablon (63), a smallholder farmer from Njage Village in Morogoro, Tanzania.
In his mission to enable millions of people in Africa to emerge from poverty in a fast, profitable and sustainable way, Kickstart International has developed irrigation systems accessible to small producers.