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A Breakthrough Year for Biofortification

It is never an easy decision for farmers to adopt new agricultural technologies, such as a new crop variety. A season of lost or underperforming harvests can have dire consequences for households dependent on farming for their livelihood. That is why Joane Nkuliye's story is as much about her courage as it is about the impact of improved crops. Joane was one of the earliest adopters of beans biofortified with higher levels of iron in Rwanda.
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