Category: Videos

“Mini” West Africa Fertilizer Stakeholder Forums

In fulfillment of its strategic objective to increase regional availability and use of appropriate and affordable fertilizers for increased agricultural productivity in West Africa, the USAID-funded West Africa Fertilizer Program (USAID WAFP) regularly organizes regional fertilizer stakeholder forums to address key challenges facing the fertilizer sub-sector in West Africa in areas of supply and distribution, policy and regulatory reforms, appropriate…

Step into the Field with the New CATALIST-Uganda Video Series

We are introducing a new video series from our communications team at CATALIST-Uganda! These short documentaries provide a glimpse into the daily activities of the CATALIST-Uganda project, which helps smallholder farmers boost their production and profits with new farm technologies, training and educational resources and access to finance and capital. Take a tour through greenhouses where agronomists are testing improved…

From Cassava to Beer: Roots to Empowerment

“This film depicts a typical Public-Private Partnership (PPP), combining a so-called lead firm (Psaltry in Nigeria in this case, an enterprise sourcing cassava from farmers to produce starch for Nigeria breweries/Heineken), and local-level agri-business networks.” The film also features IFDC’s 2SCALE Project. Credit: ICRA

NewDay – Discussing food security and technology

IFDC President and CEO Scott Angle and Sheila Assibey-Yeboah, Deputy Program Leader of GhanaVeg, discuss fertilizer’s role in strengthening food security in Ghana.

 

IFDC Featured on The Visionaries

The Visionaries, a U.S. public television series, profiled IFDC for its 20th season. Hosted by actor Sam Waterston, the series features organizations working to establish positive social change throughout the world. The Visionaries episode on IFDC demonstrates agriculture’s critical role in boosting global economic growth. From Muscle Shoals, Alabama, to sub-Saharan Africa, the show features IFDC’s work linking farmers to agricultural technologies, training and markets.

 

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