Africa

    • Sebit Amusa Tongun holds organic papayas he grew on a five-acre plot near Juba.
    • Raindrops cling to unripe oranges on a tree on the plot of land near Juba where Sebit Amusa Tongun grows organic fruit and vegetables in his spare time.
    • Catherine Joan carries a basin piled high with fresh produce that she bought at Sebit Amusa Tongun's smallholder farm near Juba.

    Smallholder Farmer in South Sudan Has Big Dreams

    Mugume Davis Rwakaringi

    Published October 18, 2013


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