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CEPA PROMOTES ORGANIC SOIL MANAGEMENT

The Centre for Environment Policy and Advocacy (CEPA) hopes to enhance agricultural production among 1000 farmers through the adoption of organic fertilizers.

Alfred Kambwiri, Programme Manager at CEPA, made the disclosure in Lilongwe when the organization hosted a European Union (EU) delegation to showcase the ‘Kubwezeretsa Chonde Nthaka project’ sites in Lilongwe.

“Usage of inorganic fertilizers has led to soil erosion, negatively impacting the country through land degradation. We are keen on collaborating with the government to promote the utilization of cost-effective organic fertilizers,” said Kambwiri.

CEPA, in collaboration with Waste Advisers, took the delegates to Area 25, Mtandire, Chitedze, and Nanjiri where they interacted with project beneficiaries.

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