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Improved livelihoods for smallholder groundnut farmers through strengthening the business, marketing and agricultural extension systems of target producer organisations in Malawi. [GB-CHC-291824-GPAFMALAWI2015-17]


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This project will benefit 24,412 smallholder farmers, including 12,197 women, across 4 districts in Malawi by increasing yields and incomes from groundnut production. These outcomes will be achieved by building NASFAM’s district associations’ capacity to: buy groundnuts in shell, shell the nuts centrally and improve aflatoxin management; develop and manage their business activities; manage extension services that are inclusive of women farmers.

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