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Strengthening resilience through cereal banks: A reflection from USAID-HAMZARI

USAID-HAMZARI led support activity for Mata Masu Dubara (MMD), the Village Savings and Loans Associations (VSLA), through the cereal banks thus contributing to the empowerment of underprivileged women and the strengthening of food security in local communities. Cereal banks allow vulnerable farmers not to buy cereals at higher prices during the lean season and not to have to sell their stocks at low prices during the harvest to meet their cash needs.

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