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CARI OIC Promises Accountability

The Acting Officer in Charge of the Central Agriculture Research Institute says, under her Administration donor Funding coming to CARI will be accounted for at the institution.

Madam Paulette Finley said, CARI has benefited several donor Funding, but Institution and local farmers have not benefited much from those funding in the county.

Madam Finley said under her administration as OIC, donor Funding coming to the institution will be proper manage and contract awarded to the needed people.

Speaking Tuesday following a strategic meeting with Staffers of CARI and donor partners of project title; Improving Agriculture Resilience to salinity through development and promotion of pro-poor technology and Strategic in Gbarnga.

The Four years RESADE project was launched in Liberia since July 2019 and CARI is one of its implementing partners including seven other African Countries.

Madam Finley than assured the donor partners that under her watch as OIC of CARI, beneficiary of the Project will get the needed benefit of the program.

She said, gone are the day’s where beneficiaries of donor Funded Project coming to CARI, did not received the needed benefits at their various project locations.

Giving an overview of the project during the meeting, the Head of the RESADE Project at CARI and a senior Research Officer James Dolo said, the project is to help buttress the Government Pro-poor agenda for Development through agriculture.

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Dolo said the project also seeks to elevate local farmers from poverty especially women and help improve their standard of living at the various locations in the country.

The CARI Senior Research Officer during his deliberations said, new crops verities are to be introduce to farmers during the four years period.
By: Joseph Titus Yekeryan in Bong County

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