NATIONAL Union for Small Scale Farmers in Zambia (NUSFAZ) president Frank Kayula says some cooperative members in some districts across the country have been left out of the Farmer Input Support Programme (FISP). In an interview, Wednesday, Dr Kayula said in some places, in cooperatives where there were about 80 farmers, only 20 packs to benefit 20 farmers had been delivered. “In some districts we are getting information that there is nothing, in some districts there is quite some activity going on farmers are even receiving inputs. And in some districts some of the farmers who are receiving inputs are saying it is too little. For example, is it in Choma where there was a group of 80 famers who…...

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