Farmers in Rwanda provide food to those affected by coronavirus

WFP-supported farm cooperatives distribute surplus food to vulnerable community members

Jun 10, 2020 · 4 min read
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Members of Kabiyaki farm cooperative packaging cooperative-produced maize to donate to community members impacted by the COVID-19 lockdown. Photo: WFP/Pascal Habumugisha
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Mohammed, a bus driver, and his wife Sarah, a teacher, both impacted by the COVID-19 lockdown, receiving a food parcel from Kabiyaki cooperative. Photo: WFP/Pascal Habumugisha

WFP’s support to smallholder farmers in Rwanda through the Farm to Market Alliance

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Through surplus harvests, farmers of Kabiyaki cooperative supporting their community with food assistance during COVID-19. Photo: WFP/Pascal Habumugisha

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