Dominica Emergency Agricultural Livelihoods Project Manager, Kervin Stephenson says there is hope for building an Engineering Unit within the Ministry of Agriculture
Project Manager of the Dominica Emergency Agricultural Livelihoods Program, Kervin Stephenson says there is hope that more farming equipment can be acquired to build an Engineering Unit within the Ministry of Agriculture.
He was speaking on the ‘Anou Palay’ program with regard to the sharing of two rotovators given to the ministry.
He reiterated that applications to the DEAL program for fisher folks and livestock have been closed. However, applications are still open for crops.
Project Manager of the Dominica Emergency Agricultural Livelihoods Program, Kervin Stephenson.
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