“Civil Servants are the ones benefiting from FISP”

[Zambian Eye - Zambia] - 10/01/2019
947 ViewsI am a concerned Zambian citizen who would like to know how the Farmer Input Support Programe (FISP) ‘NOW’ works. Here where I am, I have come to notice that the majority of beneficiaries are Civil Servants instead of the intended farmers. The reason for my concern is that I remember the (...)
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