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Zambia Joined November 19, 2020
4 posts Oct 29, 2021 - Food for Thought from Malawi's Dr. Grace Kaudzu: Raising Up Women Through Agriculture
The Seed Trade Project is funded by the USAID Southern African Regional Office, and provides targeted technical assistance to facilitate the implementation of the SADC Harmonized Seed Regulatory System, which aims to boost seed...
Zambia Joined May 31, 2019
2 posts Apr 07, 2021 - Advanced Technology and Aquaculture: Drones and Artificial Intelligence to Make a Difference
I am an ardent student of agriculture who feels strongly about transforming agricultural practices around the world. Being a farmer myself, I ama big proponent of sharing resources, tools, solutions and expertise with other...
France Joined January 13, 2020
5 posts Sep 24, 2020 - What Women Want: First Steps to Inclusive Irrigation Investments
Marianne Gadeberg is a science communicator working with the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Small-Scale Irrigation (ILSSI) and other research-for-development programs.
Belgium Joined February 06, 2017
2 posts Sep 12, 2018 - Designing for Gender Inclusivity in Video-Enabled Agricultural Extension
I am a research fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute. My main interest is in sustainable crop intensification and on smallholder market participation. In both of these areas of interest, I am especially...
Zambia Joined May 25, 2011
2 posts Jun 29, 2018 - Why the Influence of Agricultural Policy Research is Probably Greater Than We Think
France Joined June 05, 2018
2 posts Jun 18, 2018 - What Does Male Out-Migration Mean for Women in Tajikistan’s Agriculture?
Marie-Charlotte Buisson conducts research in Development Economics and Environmental Economics with a specialization in impact evaluation. She has expertise on sustainable management of natural resources, on the role of policy...
Finland Joined March 01, 2018
1 post Mar 14, 2018 - Better Nutrition and Health for Families Through Local Educational Videos – the GloCal Project