IFDC is celebrating World Water Day 2016 in an effort to promote climate-smart water management practices among smallholder farmers. View Infographic.
Empowering women farmers – as part of our focus on inclusive development – is vital to food security. Often, these farmers face constraints to achieving increased productivity and incomes. Their increased equality in land ownership, credit access, market linkages and training on good agricultural practices, according to UN estimates, could potentially boost food security for 100-150 million more people. Specifically, IFDC works to train…
The Support Project to the National Subsidized Fertilizer Program in Burundi (PAN-PNSEB) solved fertilizer-related issues common to farmers by focusing on fertilizer quality, quantity and affordability.
IFDC’s Feed the Future Ghana Agriculture Technology Transfer project helps boost productivity and incomes. Through technology and training, the project enables agriculture entrepreneurs to approach agriculture as a business. Check out our two latest infographics to see the project’s recent successes.
IFDC’s CATALIST-Uganda project helps farmers grow better quality crops and increase incomes. The project’s gender interventions have empowered women to participate in the agriculture market. Check out our two latest infographics to see the influence of the project in Uganda.
The USAID Scaling Up Fertilizer Deep Placement and Microdosing Technologies in Mali (FDP-MD) project increases food security and farm incomes.
Over the next few decades, climate change could severely impact millions of smallholder farmers. IFDC trainings provide knowledge and tools to help producers resist these effects. Find out more in our latest infographic.
Two New Infographics: USAID C4CPhelps smallholder cotton farmers in West Africa increase yields and profits.