Euaryste Tugirinshuru (32), president of the cooperative bvuri mbere, stands in a World Food Program (WFP) storage facility in Kagorogoro village, Rwanda on June 22, 2010. The bags of maize were purchased as part of the Purchase for Progress (P4P) program, a five-year pilot project launched in 21 countries that links WFP's demand for staple commodities with the expertise of a host of partners who support farmers to produce food surpluses and sell them at a fair price.
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