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Rwanda Joined August 16, 2021
1 post Aug 30, 2021 - Scaling up Food Safety and Nutrition-Related Innovations through Commercialization
Matieyedou (Abdou) Konlambigue is a private sector development professional with more than 18 years of experience developing sustainable agricultural market systems, agricultural value chains, commercialization of agricultural...
Senegal Joined February 24, 2020
3 posts Mar 31, 2021 - Income Alone Is Not Enough: The Importance of Increasing Women’s Decision-Making in Agriculture
Natalie Petrulla is an international development professional with 5+ years of experience working at the intersection of gender equity and food security. She demonstrates strong skills in GESI technical implementation, data...
Brazil Joined February 10, 2021
1 post Feb 23, 2021 - Pan-African Soybean Variety Trials Database Supports Decision-Making Across Africa
Agronomist with knowledge of corn and soybean breeding process improvement and planning (workflow, reports, calendar, and metrics). Efficient communication between areas of the process aiming for objectivity and consolidated data...
South Africa Joined July 17, 2018
6 posts Aug 03, 2020 - Private Sector Youth Engagement in Uganda: Is this Sustainable?
Kristin Davis has a PhD in international agricultural extension with a minor in farming systems from the University of Florida. In 2004 she started work as a researcher with the International Food Policy Research Institute...
Rwanda Joined June 17, 2020
1 post Jul 09, 2020 - Sustainable Gender Work in Agriculture – More Important than Ever Under COVID-19
Katie Carlson is an international gender specialist and a vocal advocate for the rights of women and girls around the world. Katie works with a variety of organizations in both the public and private sector, specializing in...
South Africa Joined May 31, 2018
2 posts Jun 06, 2018 - Prioritizing Policies for Driving Inclusive Agricultural Transformation
Lulama Ndibongo-Traub's dual citizenship – U.S. and South Africa – signifies an underlying passion for both countries she considers home. Her involvement at Michigan State University (MSU) led to her pursuing her master’s...
South Africa Joined May 30, 2018
1 post Jun 11, 2018 - Gender-responsive nutrition policies – a myth or a possibility?