Bangladesh Project Shares Science of Livestock Production with Women Farmers to Great Success

The International Day of Women and Girls in Science, celebrated annually on February 11, recognizes the need to support women …

Market Connections Signal a Brighter Future for Farmers in Bangladesh

Tahmina, who lives in the village of Galachipa in the Barguna District of southwestern Bangladesh, first started farming after one …

One Female Farmer’s Journey to Resilience Through the Bangladeshi Sunflower Sector

Mossammat Amena Khatun’s daily routine is like most women’s in the South Dalchara village of southwestern Bangladesh. She eats breakfast …

Supporting Rural Farmers as a Student Volunteer in Bangladesh

Near the end my second year as a dual master’s degree candidate at Tufts University, I noticed an opportunity to …

Engaging Women Makes Business Sense: Stories from Southern Bangladesh

Bangladeshi women face disadvantages in many aspects of their lives, including economic opportunities that could generate more income and food …

Sunflower Oil Now Grown and Made in Bangladesh 

Farmers living in coastal Bangladesh have always found it difficult to grow oil seed crops because of the soil’s high …

ACDI/VOCA Women New Year's Resolutions

Making New Year’s (and New Projects’) Resolutions Stick

Last year, I made four (four!) major New Year’s resolutions: Be more productive. Run a marathon. Be less stressed. Exercise …

ACDI/VOCA Bangladesh Market Vegetable Vendor

Balancing the Systems: Making Food and Market Systems Work for Nutrition

If you work in international development, you have probably heard a lot about food systems lately. The buzz about food …

ACDI/VOCA SEEP Network 2017 Annual Conference

Talking Resilience and Nutrition through Market Systems at SEEP Network Annual Conference

On October 2-4, the Small Enterprise Education and Promotion (SEEP) Network’s 2017 Annual Conference brought together over 425 leading practitioners, …

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