Rwanda - March 2019
Since smallholder farmers currently represent more than 70 percent of agricultural activity in Rwanda, the future of food security, and the resulting increased incomes, depends on the country’s ability to produce more crops with the same amount (or less) of resources. A key component of the government’s solution to this challenge is to double the amount of irrigated land. DWFI staff visited with rural farmers to explore which business models they currently employ for irrigation and the trials and successes of each.
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