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What crops is EUCORD working on?

EUCORD often focuses on crops that are important for household consumption and for value-added processing. These include cereals as barley, maize, millet, sorghum, and rice; roots & tubers such as cassava and potatoes; leguminous crops such as cowpea, groundnuts and soybean; oil crops such as sunflower and canola; and lastly, high value crops including fruits and vegetables.

EUCORD is also supporting the sustainable land use by buffer communities living in the vicinity of national parks through reforestation and/or agroforestry involving tree planting and natural tree regeneration and the use of non-timber forest products.

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