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NKG BLOOM Uganda

Second fertilizer disbursement succeeded

By Gabrielle Rosenau, August 2017

From 15th to 17th August, representatives of Yara and Ibero Uganda has been disbursed the next Yara fertilizers, reaching 493 farmers at seven DC’s.  Around 200 farmers in a pilot DC also have access to cash advances which they can request through their mobile phones, using a USSD code and mobile money.

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