In rural Africa, farmers are struggling to feed their families. The market price of the cash crops they depend on is fluctuating wildly on a monthly basis and there are no government subsidies to make up the loss of income. Zac Tchoundjeu is taking a grassroots approach to cutting this chain of poverty: empowering farmers with simple, powerful agroforestry techniques that they can bring back to their communities to improve their yield, market agency, and confidence.
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