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Reality TV Show Helps Farmers Improve Livelihoodsi
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Jill Craig
October 26, 2012 3:23 PM
Inspired by the popularity of American and British home makeover shows, a television producer in Kenya has created a farming reality show that is helping farmers in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania do a better job. The program now has more than seven million viewers. Jill Craig has more for VOA from Nairobi

Reality TV Show Helps Farmers Improve Livelihoods

Jill Craig

Published October 26, 2012

Inspired by the popularity of American and British home makeover shows, a television producer in Kenya has created a farming reality show that is helping farmers in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania do a better job. The program now has more than seven million viewers. Jill Craig has more for VOA from Nairobi


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