In this new series we ask farmers, project leaders, NGOs, journalists, policy makers, and funders where they would like to see more agricultural funding directed. In this post, Reuben Banda, USAID PROFIT Field Operations Manager in Zambia, explains why he would like to see more funding support projects that connect small-scale farmers to the private sector.
To read more about the USAID PROFIT project in Zambia and other projects that connect farmers to the private market, see: To Improve Competitiveness of Rural Businesses, Linking Farmers to the Private Sector, A Sustainable Calling Plan.
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