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KITA trains Peace Corps Volunteers in Agroforestry and Alternative Livelihoods

  KITA hosted training for new Peace Corps Volunteers for the Environment, Education and Water, Health and Sanitation Sectors in agro-forestry and alternative livelihoods in November and December 2010 to equip the volunteers and their counterparts with skills to develop rural livelihoods. The Peace Corps volunteers were trained in seed treatment, nursery management, gardening, mushroom production, beekeeping, rabbitry, grasscutter and snail rearing and agro-forestry technologies such as alley cropping, woodlots among others  on the KITA campus at Domeabra Apromase in the Ejisu District.
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