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Georgian Cheesemaker Expands His Business with Farmer-to-Farmer Volunteer Assistance

Entrepreneur Gocha Gagashvili started his milk collecting and cheese production business in 2008 in the small village of Kurdgelauri in …

Fati’s Story: From Smallholder Farmer to Outgrower Business Owner in Ghana

In April 2019, Fati Zakari, who lives in Nyong Yapalsi in the Karaga District of Ghana’s Northern Region, successfully became …

Kyrgyz Tourism, A Woman’s Entrepreneurial Journey

“Being a woman entrepreneur is hard,” said Aisha Mambetalieva, a 36-year-old mother of two, who lives in the small village …

USDA PhilCAFE Project Encourages Youth Engagement in Agriculture

In the Philippines, the average age of a farmer is 56 years old. Many government institutions in the country are …

Kenyan Youth Boost Self-Reliance through Job Skills Training Provided by Feed the Future Activity

Youth in Northern Kenya face a variety of challenges, including a lack of skills, poverty, and unemployment. After completing his …

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 …

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 …

Bangladesh Cooking Competition to Spur Nutritional Awareness Continues

The first regional round of NutriChamps was held on 27 July 2019 in Jashore, Bangladesh. Twenty students from ten local …

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 …