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Forward Together: Accessing Markets and Strengthening Livelihoods in Burkina Faso

In Burkina Faso, market-led producer groups are lifting smallholder farmers out of poverty. With the support of ACDI/VOCA and USAID/Food …

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ACDI/VOCA Launches Fundación ACDI/VOCA LA to Strengthen Inclusive Growth in Latin America

ACDI/VOCA announced the creation of Fundación ACDI/VOCA LA, a nonprofit organization registered in Colombia with headquarters in Bogotá. Fundación ACDI/VOCA LA …

The Future of Food is Bleak. Here’s How We Can Leverage the Private Sector to Face It.

This post originally appeared on The SEEP Network. With the recent publication of the State of Food Security and Nutrition in …

Why You Should Be Using Raw, Relational Data

Raw data is important, but what does it really mean, and why is it especially important for global development? For …

ACDI/VOCA and Corteva Sign Global Partnership to Empower Smallholder Farmers Worldwide

ACDI/VOCA has signed a global memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Corteva Agriscience, the Agriculture Division of DowDupont, a global producer …

From Struggling Milk Producer to Thriving Entrepreneur in Burkina Faso

In central-northern Burkina Faso in the city of Kaya, fresh milk is not always available. Because of low investment in …

How a Home Garden Helped a Family in Paraguay Recover After Disaster

In April 2018, a tornado blew down the trees surrounding Bonifacia Vera’s home, leaving a pile of rubble behind. Bonifacia …

Lessons from Eight Years of the Cooperative Development Program 

A few years ago, I was looking over a bank statement and discovered that my bank had taken to charging …

2017 Annual Report

For ACDI/VOCA, Leveling The Field means working to ensure that everyone in developing economies can look forward to prosperity for …

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 …