ground nut

In Uganda, program farmers are well on their way to food security

One farmer’s story

Emmanuel, 47, is now closer to food security for his family thanks to context appropriate ag training and a loan of plant materials from the FRB-supported Uganda-Teso food security program. With the farming technologies he’s learned, he’s produced enough cassava and groundnuts to sell.

07/08/2013 | Comments: 0 | Add Comment | Read More

West African Ground Nut Stew

Newsletter: 

Widely cultivated across the African continent, ground nuts (peanuts) are an important crop. Because they are a leguminous crop, ground nuts contribute to soil fertility by fixing nitrogen and because they are high in protein, ground nuts also contribute to the nutritional state of communities. Many FRB supported programs train farmers on the cultivation and nutrition of ground nuts. Inspired by a recent FRB trip to visit programs in Malawi, Zambia, and Mozambique. FRB volunteer Judi Frost shares this recipe for groundnut stew. 

11/30/2012 | Comments: 0 | Add Comment | Read More
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