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The New Times, March 2022

Hinga Weze trained and supported farmers, partnered with financial institutions and business development service providers to create agricultural loan products, created and strengthened solidarity savings groups, and strengthened extension services. Its social inclusion strategy included partnering with women, youth, and persons with disabilities to provide agricultural equipment, income-generating assets, and improved seed varieties through grants and training on farming, entrepreneurship, and nutrition-sensitive agriculture.