Cargill and Heifer launch Hatching Hope Global Initiative to improve nutrition and bolster livelihoods of 100 million people

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East Africa Post Harvest Struggle

As maize harvests go full steam, the eternal struggle continues. There’s a bumper harvest and maize prices drop. Farmers decry unscrupulous traders and demand the government help them. The government puts together a program to support prices which ends with huge deficits, farmers unpaid, and money missing. (Probably tone this down) But who can blame them? What other options have they been offered?