Farmer-to-Farmer volunteer Istvan Keri recently returned from a trip to Tappita, Liberia, where he worked with the USAID-funded Liberia SHOPS program and a local farmers’ cooperative to test and introduce low-cost irrigation models for oil palm seedlings and vegetable cultivation. In his photos, below, you can see the beauty of the land and people.
The assignment was a success. Staff from the SHOPS program noted, “Istvan Keri has put in a top-level performance on his Farmer-to-Farmer assignment. SHOPS staff that worked with Istvan have gained a lot from the experience” And likewise, Istvan explains, “It was really good team work!”
Thank you, Istvan, for all of your hard work!
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