Posted: Wednesday August 24, 2016 8:19 AM BT

Various studies have shown that up to 40% of harvests is usually lost due to, among other factors, poor storage facilities available to smallholder farmers. It is in this context that after a period of targeted training and funding, World Food Programme & World Bank, in collaboration with REPOA, set up to evaluate whether there is any improvement in terms of post-harvest loss in their Kilosa and Morogoro Rural schemes. REPOA, trained a team of enumerator on data collection and report writing, and the team is currently at Kisarawe for pilot study. The team will be departing for the field work this coming Friday. # SDI, # Post–Harvest Loss.

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