Sierra Leonean agronomist shares drip irrigation technique

Samuel Soki Harding

Rain in Sierra Leone is becoming scare because of climate change.

The farmers are the ones suffering the most, says agronomist Samuel Soki Harding.

Their harvest is poor and they still rely on old farming techniques.

Harding learned about drip irrigation at a training organized by the International Agency for Atomic Energy in Nairobi, Kenya.

He spoke to IAEA's Louise Potterton about taking this knowledge back to his country.

Duration: 1'43''

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