Global Partnership Series: Food Preservation Report

Malawi
As part of The Knight Center for Environmental Journalism’s two-continent, three-country training tour, we’re sharing stories that we’ve received through our global partnerships.
This story on biodiversity in Malawian crops was produced by Rhoda Msiska from the Voice of Livingstonia.
Malawi is producing more cassava and sweet potato, which could boost dietary diversity in households. In order to do that researchers are looking into making those crops more resilient to pests and crop failure.
Voice of Livingstonia is a radio station operated in the Northern Region of Malawi, and reaches over 4 million listeners.
Listen here.
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