In this Amazing Africa photo set, I decided to highlight the bountiful crops and produce from some of the street markets and US-funded farming programs that we tour during our site visits to Africa. If you have any photos from your trips to Africa that you would like us to feature in our next Amazing Africa blog post, email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to see them!
Nothing better than grilled corn. Members of the UWAMWIMA association make themselves a treat in Zanzibar, Tanzania.
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A snapshot of the offerings at a marketplace in Mozambique.
So that’s what coconuts look like before their husks are removed! Zanzibar, Tanzania. Photo credit: Morgana Wingard/ONE.
He’s got quite a bit of bananas there, doesn’t he? Eastern Congo. Photo credit: Guenter Guni.
A Tanzanian farmer holds some freshly uprooted sweet potatoes. I love the colorful fabrics in her dress.
Red cocoa beans from the Technoserve Cocoa Farm in Ghana.
Lovely brown rice from the Nyohini Women’s Group in Ghana. Photo credit: Morgana Wingard/ONE.
A handful of peanuts from Funwe Farm in Monkey Bay, Malawi. Photo credit: Morgana Wingard/ONE.
Look at those colors! The Dharajani Market in Stone Town, Tanzania.
Bright purple and deep teal. Veggies from Zanzibar, Tanzania.
Do you have any great photos from your trip to Africa? Email them to me at email@example.com. I’d love to feature them in our next Amazing Africa blog post.