Malawi's farmers have been cultivating new crops with the National Smallholder Farmers' Association of Malawi, supported by the Government of Malawi and EIF. Bester Glandson is one of them, now armed with skills in soy and groundnut farming and an increased income. And with a new export strategy, the country is eyeing regional and global markets for its wealth of agricultural harvests from farmers like Bester.
About the authorNatasha Sweeney is a a freelance photographer and videographer based in Nairobi, Kenya.
After earning a science degree at McGill University and doing a post-grad in Broadcast Journalism at Sheridan College in Toronto, she worked as a television producer and reporter for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for ten years, winning several international awards for the documentaries she produced.
Moving to Kenya in 2010, she worked as a freelance videojournalist, producing, filming and editing for the CBC, ABC News, Radio Worldwide Netherlands, other international media organizations and independent documentary films.
Sweeney has travelled all over the world for work, filming and producing films in Ethiopia, Uganda, South Africa, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, the UK, the US and Canada's Arctic.
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