Mpwapwa District Executive Director (DED) Mwanahamis Ally told journalists who visited the district to see how the project is being implemented that the CSA project implementation has enabled the council to increase revenue. "In the three years of the CSA project implementation, the council has been able to increase revenue through taxes coming from the sale of sorghum," she said. She said the council will continue to invest heavily in agriculture, especially by using extension officers to provide education to farmers. "We are pleased to have WFP and Farm Africa in the council. Sorghum farming has become very popular here ... it has brought positive changes to ...
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