$42m boost for Sudanese farmers

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
14 June 2018

Farmers in Sudan are set to benefit from $42m in grants to help increase productivity.

The cash, from the African Development Fund (ADF), will be used initially to support crops including groundnuts, sesame, potato and gum Arabic.

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