This project helps CCM build technical and business capacity in order to prepare for the critical early stages of the aglime market's development. The use of aglime can increase productivity by improving soil quality, thus contributing fully to the country's goal of improving food security, farmer income, and natural resource efficiency.
IFC and CCM will share information on aglime properties with the general public as well as thought leaders who can help spread the word about the product's benefits, and they will seek to connect with educational institutions in order to build a network of aglime experts.
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