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World Bank satisfied with Sierra Leone cassava and rice research
May 15th, 2015
/ Concord Times, Sierra Leone
The World Bank Country Team leader for agriculture projects in Sierra Leone, Herdwick Tchala, has said he was impressed with work done by the Sierra Leone Agricultural Research Institute (SLARI) on new breeds of rice and cassava. Read more