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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Children playing outside of the COMANYA Nyanza cooperative in southern Rwanda.   Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Farmers working with the new machine that separates the maize grains from the corn cob. The machine is borrowed from the buyers and helps the farmers to increase the production. This is one of the steps in where trust is built between the different parties. Previously maize was manually shelled and it took a long processing time led to deterioration of grain quality. Now this process can be done in a fragment of time.  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Farmers working with the new machine that separates the maize grains from the corn cob. The machine is borrowed from the buyers and helps the farmers to increase the production. This is one of the steps in where trust is built between the different parties. Previously maize was manually shelled and it took a long processing time led to deterioration of grain quality. Now this process can be done in a fragment of time.  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Farmers working with the new machine that separates the maize grains from the corn cob. The machine is borrowed from the buyers and helps the farmers to increase the production. This is one of the steps in where trust is built between the different parties. Previously maize was manually shelled and it took a long processing time led to deterioration of grain quality. Now this process can be done in a fragment of time.  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Farmers working with the new machine that separates the maize grains from the corn cob. The machine is borrowed from the buyers and helps the farmers to increase the production. This is one of the steps in where trust is built between the different parties. Previously maize was manually shelled and it took a long processing time led to deterioration of grain quality. Now this process can be done in a fragment of time.  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Placidia Nyirancuti, 29 years old, shows the maize that is ready to be shipped from the COMANYA cooperative.   Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Placidia Nyirancuti, 29 years old, shows the maize that is ready to be shipped from the COMANYA cooperative.   Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Maize.  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Maize hanged to dry.    Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Farmers packaging the maize.   Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Maize hanged to dry.    Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Yvette Musabyimana. Yvette is 25 years old and has three kids. She has noticed what difference the FtMA partnership has made. The yields are bigger now and the profit has increased.  ‘’I have left poverty thanks to the partnership with the World Food Programme’’ There is always food on the table in her home and Yvette can afford buying dairy products to her children.  ‘’My income has increased. Our house used to be in a very bad shape, now we have a metal roof and it is much better than it used to be’  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: View over COMANYA Nyanza cooperative which is part of Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA). The COMANYA cooperative involves over 2000 small scale farmers at ten different sites.   Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Clementine Uwamahoro (28) and her family preparing the fields.  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Clementine Uwamahoro preparing the fields. Clementine is 28 years old and has three kids. After the partnership with WFP, she has been able to attend trainings and to learn more about how to better produce maize.   ‘’My production has doubled after the trainings we have received from WFP’’  Clementine has been able to buy animals and they help to increase the production even more by fertilizing the land.   ‘’I am now able to pay the tuition fees for my children and I can afford giving them food’’  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Clementine Uwamahoro preparing the fields. Clementine is 28 years old and has three kids. After the partnership with WFP, she has been able to attend trainings and to learn more about how to better produce maize.   ‘’My production has doubled after the trainings we have received from WFP’’  Clementine has been able to buy animals and they help to increase the production even more by fertilizing the land.   ‘’I am now able to pay the tuition fees for my children and I can afford giving them food’’  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Jopsephine Ntashamaje hands while preparing the maize. She is 33 years old and has three kids. Preparing the maize is a lengthy process, especially since this cooperative has sold over 300 metric tons of maize for this harvest.   Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Jopsephine Ntashamaje. She is 33 years old and has three kids. Preparing the maize is a lengthy process, especially since this cooperative has sold over 300 metric tons of maize for this harvest.   Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Leoncie Nyizamisigard, 40 years old, shows the maize peels.  Being a part of FtMa has helped Leoncie a lot. Leoncie says that she has been able to build her own house because of the increased profits. She has also been able to buy a goat that helps with farming. Thanks to the FtMA she can now afford to pay the tuition fees for her children and pay for the school uniforms.   Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Xaverine Cyiza. Xaverine has been a farmer for almost all of her life. She is now 83 years old and is still working. She has seen the development for the last 60 years with her own eyes and after the partnership with FtMA there has been a big difference. The yields have increased and now there are markets where they can sell the produce.  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Fideline Ayinkamiye is 28 years old. She remembers the time before the FtMA was set up. The cooperative has always produced maize, but the maize was sold at a very low price. After they joined the FtMA, they now have a contract and the prices are set after negotiations with the buyers facilitated by WFP.   ‘’My income has increase, me and my family can now afford to pay for health insurance. It is no longer a problem when we get sick, we can go to the doctor and get help.’’  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Iréne (left, 41) and Valentine (right, 18) are peeling maize. It is a lengthy process, especially since this cooperative has sold over 300 metric tons of maize for this harvest.  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: David Hagenimana. David has found shade to peel the maize. It is a lengthy process, especially since this cooperative has sold over 300 metric tons of maize for this harvest.   Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Maize hanged to dry.    Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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Rwanda, Nyanza, Southern Province. 12 December 2017.  Rwanda is a low-income, food deficit country, and is one of the least developed countries. The country has one of Africa’s highest population densities and a population growth rate of 2.6 percent each year that contributes to the country’s food insecurity.  The World Food Programme (WFP) is one of the eight global members of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA), a public-private sector led consortium of organisations seeking to transform existing agricultural practices through four strategic pathways, providing smallholder farmers with access to affordable finance, quality farming inputs, predictable markets and effective post-harvest management and other agricultural technologies.  COMANYA Nyanza cooperative is part of the Farm to Market Alliance (FtMA).  In the Photo: Farmers preparing the harvest of maize.  Photo: WFP/Jonathan Eng
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