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Uganda Joined May 21, 2021
1 post May 28, 2021 - The Gender-Responsive Participatory Market Chain Approach (G+PMCA) Triggers Women's Empowerment in Uganda
Susan is a research officergender and value chainsbased at the Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT in Uganda since May 2013. Her work involves gender-oriented research inbanana pests and diseases management, banana seed...
Senegal Joined February 24, 2020
3 posts Mar 31, 2021 - Income Alone Is Not Enough: The Importance of Increasing Women’s Decision-Making in Agriculture
Natalie Petrulla is an international development professional with 5+ years of experience working at the intersection of gender equity and food security. She demonstrates strong skills in GESI technical implementation, data...
Mozambique Joined February 08, 2021
1 post Mar 17, 2021 - Shaping the Future of Mozambique’s Dairy Sector
Uganda Joined December 17, 2019
2 posts May 06, 2020 - What US-Uganda Relations have to do with growing Coffee Export Volumes
An Agricultural Knowledge Management and Communications Expert. Formerly worked with African Union CAADP Communications Network for East and Central Africa, African Agribusiness Incubation Network. Currently a Senior Knowledge...
Malawi Joined May 31, 2018
1 post Jun 11, 2018 - African Agri-Food Systems and the Changing Partnerships Landscape: Old Wine in New Bottles?
Prof. Richard Mkandawire is a Socio-economist and a Rural Development expert. He is currently; the Director of the Alliance for African Partnership (AAP), Africa Secretariat and Chairman, Malawi Planning Commission. Before joining...
Uganda Joined October 20, 2017
1 post Nov 07, 2017 - Increasing Groundnut Safety and Value Through Better Harvest and Postharvest Practices in Ghana
Since graduating from film school, I’ve worked in the storytelling industry in many capacities spanning the creative and technical divide (e.g., camera operator, editor, producer, engineer). I’ve edited films, I’ve taught...