Agricultural Growth Program-Agribusiness and Market Development (AGP-AMDe)

Agricultural Investments Key to Ethiopia’s Poverty Reduction, Food Security RELATED NEWS See More Summary The Agricultural Growth Program-Agribusiness and Market …


Feed Enhancement for Ethiopian Development


Pastoral Livelihoods Initiative-Livestock Marketing (PLI-LM)

Strengthening the Value Chains of Pastoralist Communities With an estimated 41 million cattle, 26 million sheep, 23 million goats and …


Ethiopia Farmer to Farmer Program

Supporting Small-Scale Farmers &Amp; Improving Their Marketing Skills Agriculture accounts for half the gross domestic product and 90 percent of …

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Ethiopian Coffee Development Program

Increasing Smallholder Incomes from Coffee The practice of cooperation to solve mutual problems through organized and coordinated efforts has a …

Agricultural Cooperatives in Ethiopia

Agricultural Cooperatives in Ethiopia (ACE) Program

Though agriculture accounts for 90 percent of exports and 86 percent of total employment in Ethiopia, smallholder farmers have traditionally …


Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Increases Food Consumption and Dietary Diversity

The “Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Farmer Training” manual developed for and piloted in Ethiopia by our Agricultural Growth Program-Agribusiness and Market Development …

World Coffee Conference in Ethiopia Explores Culture and Diversity in Coffee

Some 1,200 coffee stakeholders from around the world attended the International Coffee Organization’s (ICO) World Coffee Conference in Addis Ababa, …

Ethiopia FEED II Boosts Rural Households’ Resilience to El Niño-Induced Drought

A flash of hope shines amidst the devastating drought and looming food shortages currently afoot in Ethiopia: ACDI/VOCA’s Feed Enhancement …

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Ethiopia AGP-AMDe Project Drives Agribusiness Success

The USAID-funded Feed the Future initiative in Ethiopia, Agricultural Growth Program-Agribusiness and Market Development (AGP-AMDe), sustainably transitioned hundreds of its …