|Title:||Sudan_SUSTAIN_Supporting Small-scale Traditional Rainfed Producers_November_2017|
Lachan village. Hadija Abdul Rahman Jibril, 35, disposes sesame seeds for sundrying .
She’s married with 7 children and she is a farmer.
She was trained by the project in food processing and now she sell in the market the sesame sweets and the bread that she produce,
“After the food processing training I have more sources of income, before I was only a farmer”
With the increased income she could buy a television, 2 beds and a closet.
In the future she want to add 2 rooms to her house, buy land in the town of Dinder and move there in order that her 7 children can attend high school.
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