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The Secrets of Watché, the African Fried Rice

Watché is a breakfast staple in many West African countries. This popular dish, akin to fried rice, is made with parboiled rice, beans and peppers. In Togo, training and the provision of parboiling equipment to women-managed cooperatives are leading to the production of better quality rice and higher production. Watch how a group of Togolese women was able to triple its productivity in just a few years and cater even to the most demanding customers.

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