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Mozambique Joined February 08, 2021
1 post Mar 17, 2021 - Shaping the Future of Mozambique’s Dairy Sector
Brazil Joined February 10, 2021
1 post Feb 23, 2021 - Pan-African Soybean Variety Trials Database Supports Decision-Making Across Africa
Agronomist with knowledge of corn and soybean breeding process improvement and planning (workflow, reports, calendar, and metrics). Efficient communication between areas of the process aiming for objectivity and consolidated data...
Mozambique Joined January 17, 2020
2 posts Sep 25, 2020 - How Climate-Smart Agriculture Is Affecting Yields & Livelihoods in Mozambique
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.
Brazil Joined December 19, 2018
1 post Dec 31, 2018 - Learning by Doing Together: Mainstreaming Nutrition in Mozambican Rural Development Programs
Manager working in international cooperation, with vast experience in rural development and food and nutrition projects, and public policies. Capacity to design, implement and provide technical support to projects and programs;...
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...
Mozambique Joined April 25, 2017
3 posts May 29, 2018 - Treat Farming as a Serious Profession
Feed the Future Mozambique Improved Seeds for Better Agriculture(SEMEAR)is a five yearproject funded byUSAIDunder theFeed the Futureprogram that uses a win-win public-private partnership approach to disseminate improved legume...