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A new rice cultivation method in Myanmar (Burma): hard work, but successful
If improving rice cultivation is successful using simple methods, plenty can be achieved in the fight against hunger. In Myanmar (Burma) the farmers are well on the way to this.Read more
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Tanzania is a vast country, more than 20 times the size of Switzerland. SWISSAID has an office in Mtwara so that it can be closer to its partners in the south of the country. Programme Officer Bruno Richard is based there and he travels around the region to monitor projects and provide support to our partners.
Video: Organic Farming Ends Hunger
Organic farming helps poor farmers find a way out of poverty and hunger. This video lists the most convincing points.
End hunger - the organic way
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