He expressed his appreciation during an orientation meeting on Cassava Development strategy held on June 5th, 2024, at Lucerna Hotel in Muhanga District, Southern Province.

The meeting, funded by the European Union under the Gwiza-Muhinzi project, aimed to guide Rwanda Cassava Platform Committees at the district level in formulating their Cassava Development Strategies. Participants included members from newly established Rwanda Cassava Platform Committees across districts covered by the project.

Addressing attendees, Ingabo Farmers’ Syndicate Chairperson, Mrs. Césarie Kantarama, thanked them for their participation and urged them to innovate, set good examples, and ensure prompt and accurate information sharing among other values.

Vice Mayor Eric Bizimana of Muhanga District expressed his satisfaction with the Gwiza-Muhinzi Project, funded by the European Union, which employs Zai Pit Technology to enhance cassava productivity and address food insecurity.

He commended Ingabo Farmers’ Syndicate for their significant contribution to improving cassava and other crop yields, stating, ‘Ingabo Farmers’ Syndicate is a reliable partner and an excellent opportunity.’

The Gwiza-Muhinzi project, titled ‘Enhancing Cassava Productivity and Utilization for Food and Income of Smallholder Farmers in Rwanda,’ operates in ten Districts: Muhanga, Kamonyi, Ruhango, Nyanza, and Gisagara in the Southern Province; Rusizi and Nyamasheke in the Western Province; and Kayonza, Gatsibo, and Bugera in the Eastern Province.

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