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Mpika Women Are Boosted by the Trallard Initiative

The Transforming Landscapes for Resilience and Development (TRALARD) has given the Kachamu Women’s Cooperative in the Muchinga Province’s Mpika District more than K600,000 to support their agriculture initiative.

The Kachamu Women’s Cooperative raises domestic livestock, soy beans, maize, and sunflowers.

JOHN MSIMUKO, the permanent secretary for the green economy and environment, praised TRALARD for supporting the Cooperative.

Mr. MSIMUKO praised the Kachamu Women’s Cooperative for promoting grassroots development through agriculture.

He was speaking while he and other senior government officials, including Muchinga Province Permanent Secretary Henry Mukungule, observed the projects being carried out by Kachamu.

In the meantime, Kachamu Women’s Cooperative’s installation of a water reticulation system to support their agricultural activities has been welcomed by TRALARD National Coordinator CHUNGA CHITEMBO.

The head of the Kachamu women’s cooperative, LISTER MULENGA, had already expressed gratitude to TRALARD and the government for sponsoring the cooperative.

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