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Female Sunflower Farmer Increases Earnings Thanks to New Market Linkages

Lipika Mondol, 36, lives in Dacope, a small upazila, or subdistrict, in the Khulna Division of southern Bangladesh. Her family …

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 …

Feed Enhancement for Ethiopian Development (FEED) III

Background Narrative Ninety percent of crop production is dependent on draft animals. Despite the scale of the livestock industry in …

Unleashing the Potential of Female Agri-Entrepreneurs in Bangladesh

Business Accelerator Model Ignites Market Connections and Breaks Social Barriers for Women Few female entrepreneurs in southern Bangladesh take their …

Private-Sector Partnerships Make Time-Saving Machinery Accessible in Rural Bangladesh

Rice is the most dominant food crop in Bangladesh. It thrives in the country’s coastal southern regions, but it can …

Cooking Competition Drives Nutritional Awareness & Market Demand in Bangladesh

Cooking competition shows with celebrity chefs and judges have become must-watch TV in Bangladesh. During May’s National Nutrition Week, 20 …

Boosting Incomes through Farmer Field Schools in Jamaica

Learning Farming as a Business in Jamaica

Cassava Farmers Join in Red Stripe Beer’s Jamaican Pride and Profits

Feed the Future Bangladesh Livestock Production for Improved Nutrition Overview Video

Volunteering through Generations: How a Wisconsin Family Supports Armenian Farmers

After first hearing about the Farmer-to-Farmer Program in 1994, John Bobbe eagerly signed up to volunteer in Poland. The program, …

ACDI/VOCA Returns to Cooperative Roots to Usher in Professional Farmer Organization Guidelines

Global hunger is on the rise for the third year in a row due to extreme climate events, an ever-expanding …