This year, Kuza Project launched an exciting new initiative to partner with 100 farm families in the Wanging’ombe district. Over the course of 24 months we will help improve their socio-economic lives through sunflower production. Farmers are trained in efficient agronomical and entrepreneurial practices, and introduced to potential local buyers of their new sunflower yields. This process provides them with steady income. Farmers receive sunflower seeds and fertilizer at a Kuza Project subsidized 50 percent of cost, and follow-ups are made during the planting, weeding, harvesting, and post- harvesting stages. This integral guidance supports a smooth flow between production, marketing, and sale of crops.