Feed the Future
This project is part of the U.S. Government's global hunger and food security initiative.
Farmers are warding off crop pests and diseases – and merchants are seeing a 100 percent increase in sales of natural products to combat them – since Virginia Tech implemented a text-messaging system in Nepal.
Wefarm wants to use machine learning build a platform to help connect every small-scale farmer around the world to the people and resources they need to be more successful.
With the availability of quality veterinary services and access to "shared" animals, communities and farmers can assist each other.
The SAWBO animation, “How to Identify and Scout for Fall Armyworm” is currently available in more than 30 languages and in two versions – one for Africa and another one for the Indian sub-continent.
Check out a new blog series on Marketlinks that highlights a partnership facility from the USAID Feed the Future Agricultural Innovations activity. This series explores how a partnership facility can work as an interface between donor-funded programs and their private-sector partners.
When economically empowered, women reinvest in their communities— leading to greater self-reliance, prosperity, and food security. To support these outcomes, the development community should adopt high-impact initiatives for female entrepreneurs in the agriculture sector.
Many insurance providers who offer genuinely useful services are facing the same challenge: smallholders simply aren’t signing up. This problem is often rooted in how providers register customers rather than in the products themselves.
Since August 2018, we have carried out a series of workshops and psychosocial support visits aimed at helping community members to improve their relationships and livelihoods. What we discovered during these visits was a hidden effect of the migration crisis— gender-based violence.
John Deere remains committed to helping a global customer base swing the pendulum on what they can control through their ongoing journey in precision agriculture.
With monitoring and evaluation (M&E), it’s one thing to collect program data, analyze it, and report findings on program achievements against targets. It’s quite another to turn that data into actionable insights for timely decision making.
Farmers are warding off crop pests and diseases – and merchants are seeing a 100 percent increase in sales of natural products to combat them – since Virginia Tech implemented a text-messaging system in Nepal.
On December 5, 2019, the Capacity Development Support Facility (CDSF), in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and the Agricultural Growth Program (AGP) hosted an innovative event focused on digital learning in Agriculture. Building on...
Wefarm wants to use machine learning build a platform to help connect every small-scale farmer around the world to the people and resources they need to be more successful.
With the availability of quality veterinary services and access to "shared" animals, communities and farmers can assist each other.
The SAWBO animation, “How to Identify and Scout for Fall Armyworm” is currently available in more than 30 languages and in two versions – one for Africa and another one for the Indian sub-continent.
Check out a new blog series on Marketlinks that highlights a partnership facility from the USAID Feed the Future Agricultural Innovations activity. This series explores how a partnership facility can work as an interface between donor-funded programs and their private-sector partners.
When economically empowered, women reinvest in their communities— leading to greater self-reliance, prosperity, and food security. To support these outcomes, the development community should adopt high-impact initiatives for female entrepreneurs in the agriculture sector.
Many insurance providers who offer genuinely useful services are facing the same challenge: smallholders simply aren’t signing up. This problem is often rooted in how providers register customers rather than in the products themselves.
Since August 2018, we have carried out a series of workshops and psychosocial support visits aimed at helping community members to improve their relationships and livelihoods. What we discovered during these visits was a hidden effect of the migration crisis— gender-based violence.
John Deere remains committed to helping a global customer base swing the pendulum on what they can control through their ongoing journey in precision agriculture.