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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: local women dancing at the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, dances with local women at the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, dances with local women at the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: a young boy with a maize mill at the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin (third from left), and US Second Lady, Jill Biden (centre), visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin (left), and US Second Lady, Jill Biden (centre), visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the Chignonthi Farmer Organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin, and US Second Lady, Jill Biden, visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin (second from left), and US Second Lady, Jill Biden (third from left), visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin (second from right), and US Second Lady, Jill Biden (right), visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin (second from left), and US Second Lady, Jill Biden (third from left), visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin (second from left), and US Second Lady, Jill Biden (third from left), visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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Malawi, Lilongwe, 20 July 2016  The Chigonthi Farmer Organization, originally the Chigonthi Community Grain Bank, was established in 2005 by local chiefs to provide a steady supply of crops to the community during lean season. The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), began supporting the farmers organization in 2008 and helped to construct a 400 metric ton capacity warehouse. Support transitioned from FAO to WFP in 2013, and became part of WFP’s Purchase for Progress (P4P) programme, whereby smallholder farmers are connected to markets. The farmers organization has 209 members (100 male and 109 female).  In the photo: WFP Executive Director, Ertharin Cousin (second from left), and US Second Lady, Jill Biden (centre), visit the Chignonthi Farmer Organization in Lilongwe. WFP purchased 30 metric tons of grain from the organization, with a USAID contribution to the El Niño response in Malawi.   Photo: WFP/David Orr
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