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ACDI/VOCA co-op member learning about health soil

Co-ops’ Commitment to People and Communities

MAVUNO Farmers Cooperative members learn about soil health When you think of a cooperative, or a co-owned enterprise run by …

Beach near ACDI/VOCA MERL learning event in Tanzania

Put Your Feet (Not Your Head) in the Sand

I sat in a beach chair at dawn, watching the sun rise over the Indian Ocean. Our organization was holding …

Feasibility of Up-scaling the EasyDry M500 in East Africa: Tanzania

This report summarize the feasibility of up scaling the EasyDryM500 in Tanzania. Present findings related to manufacturing model (informal or …

AflaSTOP Drying Groundnuts

Drying Groundnuts: Adapting the EasyDry M500 Portable Maize Dryer for Groundnuts (EasyDry G600)

Building on interest from various stakeholders on adapting the EasyDry M500 portable maize dryer for use to dry groundnuts, this …

Tanzania NAFAKA fertilizer rollout

Tanzania NAFAKA Supports Development and Roll Out of More Effective Fertilizer

Urea Deep Placement System Boosts Rice Yields The USAID Feed the Future Tanzanian Staples Value Chain (NAFAKA) project has supported …

Farmers transplanting rice seedlings into Urea deep placement trial at Dakawa, Tanzania

Tanzania NAFAKA Seed Specialist Wins ACDI/VOCA Photo Contest

After a month of frenzied online voting, we have a winner in ACDI/VOCA’s annual photo contest, organized by the HQ …

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USAID Feed the Future: Jeremiah Magaja, Rice Seed Producer

Feed the Future Helps World Feed Itself

Since 1990, the number of hungry people in the world has been cut in half. Since 2009, Feed the Future …

ATONU Launch Highlights Need for Optimizing Agriculture to Improve Nutrition

The ATONU: Improving Nutrition Outcomes through Optimized Agricultural Investments initiative kicks off at the Africa Day for Food and Nutrition …

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