Trainings on crop selection based on budget and profitability, business planning, record keeping, and loan management drew crowds during Farmers’ Field Day (FFD).
Farmers received instructions on how to prepare a balanced meal using locally available foods.
FTFT-MnM nutritionists showed farmers how to use Baobab seed powder mixed with maize flour, fresh milk, and sugar to prepare a nutritious porridge.
Porridge during the preparation process.
Attendees taste-test porridge and orange-fleshed sweet potato (OFSP) crisps.
FTFT-MnM trains farmers and other stakeholders on the importance of increasing the economic value of their produce or commodities.
Pictured is an FTFT-MnM food processing specialist sharing knowledge on its socio-economic importance during the FFD.
A Syngenta agronomist reviews the latest affordable products the company offers with farmers attending the FFD.
Working with partners is a key strategy FTFT-MnM uses to equip beneficiaries with agronomic services and inputs in the areas of implementation.
An Israel Chemicals Limited agronomist shares information with farmers on technology-rich fertilizers.
The company affordably sells these fertilizers to smallholders to help increase yields and improve the quality of crops. ICL is a partner of FTFT-MnM.