Cassava Proving To Be Lucrative With Small-scale Farmers In Cameroon

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Cassava feeds millions of people across Africa. But lack of finances, poor planning and marketing of the crop partly explain why farmers in Cameroon hardly view it as a lucrative crop. But one agricultural production agency is now working with small-scale farmers in the country to train and help them access sustainable markets for the crop. Maria Galang reports
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Cameroon