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Small-scale farmers in Africa will be the beneficiaries of huge humanitarian prize
by Gabriel Spitzer
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17 September 2023
On 17 September 2023 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
One Acre Fund, through a suite of services across nine African countries, is working to help small and subsistence farmers grow more food, make more money, and reinvest in their communities. This year's Hilton Humanitarian Prize, one of the largest humanitarian awards in the world, has been awarded to OAF for its work with smallholder farmers.
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We [NPR] caught up with OAF managing director Belinda Bwiza, who is based in Kigali, Rwanda. She explained how OAF lifts up farmers and their families and how the $2.5 million prize could help them reach even more people.
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