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India Joined September 23, 2022
2 posts Jul 10, 2023 - Global Evidence for Improving Resilience and Food Security: Findings from the REAPER Agriculture-Led Growth and Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Evidence Gap Maps
3ie develops evidence on how to effectively transform the lives of the poor in low- and middle-income countries. Established in 2008, we offer comprehensive support and a diversity of approaches to achieve development goals by...
India Joined April 26, 2022
1 post May 05, 2022 - The New Normal in Agriculture: Convergence, Collaboration and Inclusion
A recipient of National Women Achiever Award “Aadhi Abaadi” in India and belonging to the state of Bihar, Sugandha Munshi is an advocate of gender equality and works closely with women farmers . She has an intensive experience...
India Joined January 29, 2021
1 post Mar 24, 2022 - Interaction Meet for Developing Linkages between Organic Input Buyers and Sellers
I amcurrently working as Associate Scientist-Soil Science in International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), New Delhi, India and placed in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India. He submitted Ph.D. in Terrestrial Carbon Sequestration under...
Colombia Joined November 05, 2021
1 post Dec 06, 2021 - New Study Highlights Importance of Cultivated Forages to Agricultural Development in the Tropics
Master in Social Innovation Management. +Ten-year experience in communications for development, writing, photography, video production, social media, web design & analytics, graphic design and printing.
Canada Joined February 05, 2021
1 post Feb 16, 2021 - The Enduring Intensification Dilemma of Africa's Rural Farmer
Philip is a Ph.D. student at the Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. He previously worked as a Project Management Practitioner in International development with over 14 years...
India Joined January 11, 2020
1 post Jan 16, 2020 - Seeds of Silicon: How the Internet of Things Can Improve Agricultural Outcomes