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Agnes Tembo (right) and her husband Geoffrey Nkhambule, along with her mother-in-law Evelyn Nkhambule, harvest peanuts they've grown on their farm in Edundu, Malawi. Families in the village have benefited from intercropping, crop rotation, and composting practices they learned from the Malawi Farmer-to-Farmer Agro-Ecology project of the Ekwendeni Mission Hospital AIDS Program, a program of the Livingstonia Synod of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian.
- Paul Jeffrey
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Africa African Malawi Edundu Mzimba PWS&D Presbyterian Church Livingstonia Synod Church of Central Africa Presbyterian EHAP MAFFA Ekwendeni Hospital Ekwendeni Hospital AIDS Program agriculture farmers food rural intercropping rotation crop rotation man woman couple work farm peanuts ground nuts groundnuts grandmother mother-in-law mother son daughter-in-law
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- Food & Agriculture, Malawi