Some quotes from our reader's letters
"My first sight of your June ’09 issue fascinated me. I was especially taken by your editorial which was very educative. I have found the magazine suitable for many of our village settings: empowering village farmers with know-how, working together and sharing information to focus more on their production.”
Wassajja Isaac, Fort Portal, Uganda
"I would like to thank you for your informative LEISA Magazines that I have been receiving for a very long time. The information in them is very useful to me, I have been referring to them in my profession. I work in the Ministry of Agriculture, three years in seed production, and then in agriculture extension for the last 16 years."
Sonam Wangdi, Assistant District Agriculture Officer, Paro, Bhutan.
"I have my own farm land where I work with my family. I have been reading your magazine and got lots of information from it, thank you. I want to see more experiences from other countries."
Gossaye Taye, Arsi Negele Agricultural Office, Ethiopia.
"I am a student at the University of Development Studies in Northern Ghana. I am also a farmer, as it is through farming that I can earn my school fees and also my living. I am a youth leader in my rural congregation where everybody is directly or indirectly involved in agricultural activities. The magazine is a helpful tool to me and the others I reach out to."
Neindow Moses, Tamale, Ghana.
"I have received much counseling, encouragement and solemn wisdom from the magazines in the years I have been reading them. The pictures of different people on the back (of the September issue) show that access to the gifts of heaven are open to us. I am sending you my picture so you can see who is reading your magazine."
Tony Alonmhan, Capable Agro Foundation, Edo State, Nigeria.
"I have just received a copy of the magazine with my photo on the poster. It feels so good. It has confirmed my long-held belief that I can earn a dignified life. For the past few years I have tried to make my yard look like the cover of the March 2009 issue. But without adequate water this can only happen in my dreams."
White Mvula, Mhangura, Zimbabwe.