World Vision Malawi in agriculture field day

World Vision Malawi and government officials have urged communities to champion modern farming technologies to avert hunger and climate change.

World Vision and government officials appreciates a maize field

World Vision and government officials appreciates a maize field

One of the farmers appreciates her cassava field.

One of the farmers appreciates her cassava field.

This comes amid a joint agricultural field day which Chigodi Area Programme (AP) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development held in Chitekwere Extension Planning Area (EPA) in Lilongwe few days ago.

Assistant district agriculture development officer for Lilongwe district, Chautsi, who was the guest of honour, said the even game farmer’s opportunity to share different farming technologies and practices.

The stands/ sites prepared were that of conservation agriculture (CA), chinadango fertilizer applied maize field, soya production, alley cropping and ground nuts production, Paprika production, Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR), cassava production, fortified beans production, among others.

Chautsi said he doesn’t feel good when lead farmers queue for maize in Admarc yet the modern farming technologies are geared at averting food shortage.

“Emulate what fellow farmers do so that you increase crop production and attaining food security status in your households,” he said.

Chautsi said government has the responsibility to ensure that each farmer produces good harvest every year so that children have food to eat throughout the year.

“This is a big task and government alone cannot afford, that’s why non-governmental organisations like World Vision are here to complement such efforts,” he said.

Freeman Gonambali food and security coordinator—who spoke on behalf of World Vision—said the organisation would like to see each household be food secure to improve nutrition, health and economic status of children and every household member.

He further encouraged farmers to adopt modern farming technologies in order to realize bumper harvest.

“World Vision is committed to complement government effort to ensure food availability, hence the good work relation,” said Gonambali.

He, therefore, promised a vibrant continued working relationship between World Vision and Government, especially Ministry of Agriculture.

 

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Tikondane
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Tikondane
6 months 19 days ago

You guys are doing a good job in Malawi, chabe kuti mukumalembanabe ntchito pachibale; WVI yopemphera kukhala ngati inatha. Nkuwona mukumaba mphatso za ana nthawi zina akatumizilidwa ndi anzawo. Takonzani zinthu.

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