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USAID, Revemi train 2,000 youths, women on cassava value chain in Delta

Revemi Trade Limited, a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), through a grant from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has trained no fewer than 2,000 youths and women on cassava value chain in Delta.

Revemi Chief Executive Officer, Mr Oreva Amata, disclosed this at a capacity building workshop, tagged, “Eki Farmers Support Programme” organised by the company for peasants farmers in Delta South Senatorial District on Friday in Ozoro.

Amata noted that the programme was sponsored by USAID in partnership with Delta Government and Townstalk.

According to him, Revemi, an Integrated Agrotech and Agro Commodities Trading Company has as target to train 10,000 based pyramid farmers and equip them with requisite information on how to plant, harvest, process and market their products to make money.

“We started the training in February this year, in Delta North, in June, we also trained those in Delta Central and today, we are training farmers from Delta South Senatorial District in Ozoro.

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