Civil Society Agriculture Network faults govt on hunger

From Face of Malawi Tue Nov 20 2012, 02:07:13

The Civil Society Agriculture Network (Cisanet) has faulted the President Joyce Banda administration for claims that the previous government inflated maize harvest figures to show that Malawi was achieving maize surpluses. "We saw what happened that there was a tremendous improvement in the availability of food. "It will be unfortunate for the government to be [...]

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