Ethiopia: USDA’s Food for Progress Program Opens Path for US Wheat Sales

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Under USDA’s Food for Progress Program, USDA and ACDI/VOCA are working together to support the development of Ethiopia’s livestock feed sector through the Feed for Enhancement for Ethiopian Development project (FEED). This report highlights the positive impact resulting from the monetization of U.S. wheat which was used to finance the second phase of the FEED project. Specifically, Lemlem Food Complex, which bought most of the monetized wheat, is interested in commercial purchases of more U.S. wheat.

Ethiopia: USDA’s Food for Progress Program Opens Path for US Wheat Sales

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