Browse the Agrilinks community to find individuals and organizations working in food security.
United States Joined May 26, 2021
7 posts Dec 20, 2022 - Trainings Move the Needle Toward a More Sustainable Farming System for Nigeria
United States Joined May 30, 2019
8 posts Aug 21, 2023 - Scaling up a Youth-Owned Fish Business to Combat Malnutrition
Marketlinks' mission is to share good practice in inclusive market development around the world.
United States Joined September 21, 2022
5 posts Aug 24, 2023 - PlantVillage’s Innovative Approach: Combating Fall Armyworm for Sustainable Food Security
The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Current and Emerging Threats to Crops (CETC) is a five year initiative funded by the U.S Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Pennsylvania State University through...
United States Joined July 15, 2022
1 post Nov 09, 2022 - Oline Panel: Winter Worries: Impending Concerns for Ukraine's Civilians
I am a motivated journalist and seasoned media and communications executive, boasting a rich 25-year career that spans the globe, with a particular focus on the developing world, and fluent in 12 languages.
United States Joined March 30, 2022
4 posts Sep 11, 2023 - Uganda’s Animal Health Sector Adopts Electronic Tool for Indicator-Based Surveillance Reporting
United States Joined May 12, 2021
2 posts Sep 11, 2023 - Reducing Fruit and Vegetable Losses with Clay Pot Coolers: An Ancient Technology for the Current Moment
Eric Verploegen, PhD, is the founder of CoolVeg, a business that disseminates technologies based on evaporative cooling for fruit and vegetable preservation in off-grid dry regions. He has ongoing projects in Mali, Niger, Kenya,...
United States Joined March 02, 2018
3 posts Sep 11, 2023 - Can We Increase Food Safety and Reduce Food Loss and Waste through Complementary Technologies?
Jacob Ricker-Gilbert joined the faculty at Purdue in 2011, after completing his PhD at Michigan State University. Since that time he has built a research program around the theme of increasing agricultural intensification and...