APRODAT and Saemaul launch multiple initiatives to get Kara’s population to adapt to the sagropole project

Agriculture
Thursday, 09 January 2020 12:51
APRODAT and Saemaul launch multiple initiatives to get Kara’s population to adapt to the sagropole project

(Togo First) - The people of Kara will soon benefit from government-led initiatives, to improve the health sector in the region. 

The initiatives will be specifically implemented by the national agropole development agency (APRODAT) and the South Korean foundation, Saemaul. They aim to better help communities in Kara adapt to the agricultural hub (‘agropole’) which is being established there. 

APRODAT and Saemaul, let’s note, are the two partners on the nationwide project. The two have recently started campaigns to sensitize local communities about the huge agro-food project and its impact on their lifestyle.

Séna Akoda

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