The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PG3 Logistics Mr. Logonda Henry Rays says his company deals in purchase of food crops mainly maize and other cereals to support farmers in South Sudan through buying food from them so that they are able to send children to school. Speaking on the World Food Day in Juba on Wednesday 16th October, 2019, Mr. Henry said PG3 Logistics purchases maize grains from farmers in Greater Western Equatoria and Greater Eastern Equatoria regions respectively. “We buy food crops mainly maize from farmers in Greater Western and Eastern Equatoria regions to enable people send their children to school,” he said.
“We believe that when farmers engage in cultivation in areas that experience relative peace, it will promote peaceful co-existence through farming and selling food crops to PG3 Logistics which provides ready market for their produce,” Henry added.
He said last year PG3 Logistics mobilized 100 tons of maize from the local farmers in Yambio and 50 tons from Magwi County. “We plan to double our effort if food is available this year,” he said.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PG3 Logistics said more than 40 primary schools with over 30,000 pupils in Lakes, Bahr el Ghazal, Bunagok,Warrap and Tonj States are benefiting from the supplies of food for Mary’s meals International Programme in South Sudan through PG3 Logistics.