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Dedicated volunteer Hassan and Sheku mouth wide-open in amazement at the size of cassava being revealed as sticks are collected from our Masillah feeder farm destined for our new cassava and cashew farm.

With some cassava now ready Hope Sakuma's feeding costs will be reduced and some of the nutritous tuber can be sent to Mama Mayila's Cradle.

The Makelekos All-Stars earn their name thrice over as they reach the tree-line beyond which lies Hope Sakuma's rice-azolla-duck-vegetable farm, making this, our second cassava and cashew farm, even bigger than our first!

Farm manager, Ayie carries in the cassava sticks and the Ladies set to expertly cutting them to size for planting in the many many heaps dug by the boys.

Hope Sakuma's upcoming farmer field school will teach these low-cost adaptation methods to help Sanda Magbolontor become sustainable, improving food security in rainy season as well as times of drought helping make these subsistence farming communities more resilient in the face of climate change.


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