Some local farmers stand to benefit from the Water-Energy-Food Nexus sub project being done by the Food and Agriculture Organisation in some Caribbean islands.
Barbados will be part of this 5.4 million dollar project which has been in the making for the last year, and offers a new approach in support of food security and sustainable agriculture.
Policy Officer for the Environment and Climate Change, Jacinto Buenfil, explains how the pilot project can benefit the local farming community.
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