To help agriculture implementers become more nutrition-sensitive, SPRING and USAID have developed a new online training course to learn more about the links between agriculture and nutrition and how to use evidence-based behavior change methods in nutrition-sensitive agriculture practices.
Agrilinks takes a look at the interlocking issues of weather, resilience, gender, natural resources management, nutrition, agriculture/livestock, policy and more in sustainably furthering water and food security!
Digital tools can improve activity monitoring, increase transparency along the ag value chain and attract investment. Learn how one project is enabling value chain actors to leverage the power of data to serve farmers.
We’d like to thank everyone who made 2017 so fruitful for Agrilinks and share some of the year’s most popular webinars — aka, Must-See Agrilinks TV! If you didn’t have a chance to catch these events the first time around, check out the post-event content here.
Mobile Technology Puts Kenya A Step Ahead For Food Security Imagine a service in rural Nigeria, where smallholder farmers can send a text message and a tractor will appear and plow their field. Sounds too good to be true, right? Wrong. Hello Tractor does exactly that, and is expanding the...