Gambia - Reclaiming the Land

Publication Date:
9 July 2015
Gambia, Aid and Assistance, Economy, Business and Finance, Food and Agriculture, International Organizations and Africa, Women and Gender

Using simple technologies, funded by IFAD, women in Gambia are able to retain water lost to drainage and increase crop yields, which they use to feed their families and sell in the marketplace.


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