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Senegal Joined December 12, 2022
1 post Dec 23, 2022 - Using Locally Sourced Grains To Build a Healthy Agro-Processing Sector
Dr. Katrin Glatzel is the Director of the Department of Policy Innovation at AKADEMIYA2063. Since July 2020, Dr. Katrin Glatzel is the Director of Policy Innovation at AKADEMIYA2063, where she leads and coordinates the...
Cambodia Joined February 02, 2021
1 post Feb 17, 2021 - Back to the Future with Rice-Fish Agroecosystems
Sarah Freed is a Scientist with WorldFish in Cambodia. Her research focuses on fish in agroecosystems, community empowerment and equity in fisheries and agriculture, and the transformation of food systems to support biodiversity,...
Mali Joined March 18, 2020
1 post Apr 09, 2020 - Certified Seed Fetches Twice the Market Rate: Farmers Hitch onto Seed Production
Malawi Joined June 21, 2018
1 post Feb 06, 2020 - Creating Powerful Extension
A young communications professional working in the agriculture sector looking to learn more about agriculture development communications.
Senegal Joined January 04, 2018
1 post Oct 18, 2019 - “Market moves” to feed the world
Senegal Joined November 02, 2018
1 post Sep 26, 2019 - In Senegal, Post-Project Extension Services are Still Going Strong
Malawi Joined May 31, 2018
1 post Jun 11, 2018 - African Agri-Food Systems and the Changing Partnerships Landscape: Old Wine in New Bottles?
Prof. Richard Mkandawire is a Socio-economist and a Rural Development expert. He is currently; the Director of the Alliance for African Partnership (AAP), Africa Secretariat and Chairman, Malawi Planning Commission. Before joining...
Finland Joined March 01, 2018
1 post Mar 14, 2018 - Better Nutrition and Health for Families Through Local Educational Videos – the GloCal Project
Senegal Joined February 20, 2018
1 post Feb 23, 2018 - Maximizing Agricultural Potential in Nigeria Through Index-Based Insurance
Senegal Joined October 21, 2013
1 post Nov 23, 2017 - Nurturing Connections for More Gender-Equitable Agricultural Communities