Rwanda, Uganda to benefit from EU’s potato seed project

The European Union Wednesday announced 5 million euro project meant to set common potato seed systems between Rwanda and Uganda and other five African countries.  The project was announced at the opening of a three day regional workshop on improving farmers’ access to quality potato seed in Kigali. Participants included officials from regional and international organizations. The money will be channeled through the Food and Agriculture Organization. Other beneficiary countries include Benin, Cameroon, Ivory Cost, Ghana and Malawi. More

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