At IFDC, our solutions focus on bridging the gap between these big issues. We strive to develop better fertilizer and production technologies, transfer these improved technologies to smallholder farmers, and connect these farmers to efficient and profitable markets. This continuum is supported by our work to foster an enabling environment which includes conducive government policies, knowledge and data management, and smart fertilizer subsidies, among others.
In practice, our solutions take the shape of four Strategic Objectives. Each of these objectives is supported by research and development activities which embody Our Approaches.
Develop Better Technologies
Develop, identify, and test technologies and innovations to improve soil health and plant nutrition.
Catalyze Farm Productivity
Increase farm productivity, profitability, and sustainability of target smallholder agricultural systems.
Strengthen input and output market systems to scale technologies and improve livelihoods, environmental outcomes, and climate resilience.
Enable impact by improving policies, strengthening capacity, and sharing knowledge.
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