Philanthropy beat: Minnesota nonprofit to help small farmers in Senegal

  • Article by: Jean Hopfensperger , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 9, 2013 - 7:10 PM

The inventors and engineers at Compatible Technology International have been developing tools to help African farmers process grain for years. But they’ve never had a streamlined system for putting them in farmers’ hands — until now.

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gmunnsSep. 9, 13 8:39 PM

Why can we not help our own farmers?

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besseSep. 10, 13 8:10 AM

This is a very talented group of individuals who are each giving of their time and making an impact on helping some of the really needy areas of the world. It is always interesting to read about their specific projects and how they develop and execute using simple principles. Power and controls can come in many different forms.

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