"We had no grain grinder and grain cleaner before. Almost all villagers engaged in wheat growing had to travel to the neighbouring village," Uzenova says. "Now the grain cleaner justifies our costs for grain growing. The activity of our village and welfare of our women depends on profit that we can raise from sale of wheat and barley. Thanks to the equipment procured from grant funds the rural citizens have received an opportunity to clean the wheat in the village without going to the neighboring village for such service."
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