Tapakuma gets tractor for farming

By Kenesha Fraser

 

Three projects including an $8.4 million venture to mechanise farming at Tapakuma, Region Two through the provision of a tractor, were commissioned on Wednesday.

Minister of Local Government and Regional Development Norman Whittaker along with United Nations Develop-ment Programme (UNDP) Deputy Resident Repre-sentative Chisa Mikami and other officials visited Region Two for the commissioning of the projects.

At the Regional Democratic Council compound in Anna Regina, the Tapakuma Women’s Agri-cultural Diversification Project was launched. According to national co-ordinator of the Caribbean Local Economic Develop-ment (CARILED) programme Dhanraj Singh, the project was funded by Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada in …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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