PRESERVATION OF MANGOES AND OTHER FRUITS BY DRYING

The women of the village of Dakhar Mbaaye have joined forces to form the economic interest group (GIE) Bokh Khalat in order to better organize the cultivation and sale of fruits and vegetables. In recent years both mango and papaya plants have been planted and are now coming into fruition. In order to make the mangoes last longer, the women need a way to preserve them. By installing a tunnel dryer, you can let the sun dry the fruits and thus preserve them. The dried fruits can be sold on both the Senegalese and European markets and help women earn an income and enable their children to go to school.
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