In Africa, A Drive to End Malnutrition Meets COVID-19

Op-ed by Tina Rosenberg, published by the New York Times, May 28, 2020


Volunteers Build A Better World

April 19th marks the beginning of the National Volunteer Week. Today, more than ever, we are reminded of the importance …

Tanzania NAFAKA – Corteva Collaboration Video Released

We’re pleased to announce the release of “Farming for the Future.” It will air on the BBC as part of …

Time Diaries: How A Methodology Change Empowered A Community and Sparked the Fight Against GBV

Published by Agrilinks, October 30, 2019


A Day in the Life of a Rural Woman Farmer in Tanzania

To celebrate the United Nations’ International Day of Rural Women, we proudly share photos from photographer Nevil Jackson who volunteered …

ACDI/VOCA Experts Share Best Practices to Combat Fall Armyworm

ACDI/VOCA hosted a webinar last month about fall armyworm and its impact on crops throughout Africa. The invasive species, native …

Man standing in farm field in Tanzania

Inspiring Youth in Tanzania to Transform Farming Practices for Themselves & Their Communities

The agriculture sector in Tanzania faces several challenges, including a lack of high-quality inputs, such as seeds and fertilizers, and …

Man holding fall armyworm

Feed the Future Activity in Tanzania Engages Youth in Fight Against Fall Armyworm

Despite Tanzanian youth making up most of the country’s labor force, they are burdened with unemployment and struggle to access …

Remarkable Progress, But 820 Million Still Hungry 

In the last four decades, the world has gotten incredibly better at addressing food insecurity. Roughly 40 years ago, my …

NAFAKA Project Brings New Fertilizer Technology to Zanzibar Rice Farmers

Using fertilizer continues to be one of the best ways to improve crop yields for smallholder farmers. Higher yields mean …

Producer Organizations Unleash Productivity with NAFAKA II Project

Moses Msafiri, 35, is a farmer and father of two from the village of Chisano in the Kilombero District of …

Tanzania NAFAKA II Project Helps Farmers Combat Fall Armyworm

Amos Ndaso, a 30-year-old agriculture advisor from the village of Mkombilenga, had the opportunity to receive training in how to …

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