Coffee and climate resilience in Uganda
03 March 2023 | 4:33 pm
A project is helping farmers adapt agroforestry for growing coffee beans in a sustainable eco-friendly way. The hope is to increase coffee production without chemicals while keeping the soil healthy and fertile for the future.
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