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Sri Lanka Joined August 05, 2020
10 posts Sep 23, 2022 - Solar-Powered Irrigation: Climate-Friendly, Reliable and Affordable
The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) is an international, research-for-development organization that works with governments, civil society and the private sector to solve water problems in developing countries and...
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...
Timor-Leste Joined May 23, 2019
1 post May 31, 2019 - Catalyzing Entrepreneurship to Address Market Gaps in Timor-Leste
I am currently the communications manager for USAID's Avansa Agrikultura Project in Timor-Leste which is implemented by Cardno.I have eleven years’ experience working in both profit and not-for-profit sectors in the USA,...
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;...
Sri Lanka Joined January 26, 2018
3 posts May 25, 2018 - Training Female Farmers is Essential to Sustain Participatory Irrigation in Tajikistan
Soumya Balasubramanya is a researcher at the International Water Management Institute. Her expertise includes environmental economics, non-market valuation, development economics, micro-econometrics, and program evaluation....
Finland Joined March 01, 2018
1 post Mar 14, 2018 - Better Nutrition and Health for Families Through Local Educational Videos – the GloCal Project