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Ayane Talks About the Power of Training

ONION FARMING IN SASIGA
"Ever since I started working with Food for the Hungry (FH), I got the chance to be trained on agricultural practices that I believed would make the best of my farmland that had been idle for ages. 

"The one that has made a real difference in my life was the training on modern and traditional irrigation.

"This year, I worked on onions and tomatoes with the improved seed I got from FH. I was highly more productive than I expected! My family ate them continuously for more than a month. I have also been sharing [my produce] with my relatives on a regular basis. In addition to this home use, I have also been selling the vegetables. My tomatoes sold for more than 450 Birr ($26CAD). With this money I covered all my other expenses.

"Above all, I paid my debts back to Oromia credit and saving service providers, which was a great headache to my family for a year.

"My family used to be one of the poorest families in the village, but now, we are doing well. I really bless this [training] project for giving me this opportunity, and the donors who provided the resource to make it happen. Thank you!"
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Ayane is an Ethiopian farmer in Gallo. He and his wife have two sons and one daughter. Ayane has been diligently working with FH Sasiga for the past year and a half in the Mid Highlands. Before he joined us, he says he didn't know what crops to cultivate on his land, nor did he have seeds to sow.


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