Kanta Kiari, a vegetable grower in the Gouré Department in Niger, describes the progress and benefits of the PASAM project (project supporting the food security of households). PASAM is a project fighting against the deterioration and desertification of oasis basins.
Oasis basins are islands of crops located in semi-arid zones that are crucial for the lives of residents. The PASAM project is operated by the Karkara NGO and funded by AFD. It is part of the Great Green Wall (GGW), an African initiative that aims to create a mosaic of ecosystems and green, productive territories in the Saharan strip.
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