Scaling Cassava in Mozambique
Scaling Cassava in Mozambique is increasing access to high-yielding, disease-resistant plant materials for small-scale cassava farmers and their families. The project is USAID-funded by Scaling Seeds and Technologies Partnership in Africa and the lead implementation partner is AGRA.
Boosting Farmer Profitability
Scaling Cassava in Mozambique (2014-2017), funded by USAID, is developing community-level commercial seed multiplication business. It aims to develop profitable and sustainable farming systems and establish input-output market linkages.
Enhancing Farmer Knowledge
The project seeks to enhance farmers’ knowledge on post-harvest handling and timely delivery to market as well as strengthen farmers’ business and technical skills.