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Photo Gallery: Kenyan Agriculture – Bringing Farmers and Agribusinesses Together

IFDC president and CEO, Dr. J. Scott Angle, recently visited agribusinesses in Kenya and inaugurated a new potato storage facility constructed to support local farmer groups. The IFDC team toured Shalem Investments, an agri-food company partnering with the Netherlands-funded 2SCALE program, and New Holland Chips. 2SCALE offers a range of support services to private partners – companies and farmer groups – enabling them to produce, transform, and supply quality food products to local, national, and regional end-user markets, including base-of-the pyramid consumers.

Ruth Kinoti, founder and CEO of Shalem Investments, gave a tour of her new factory, which makes fortified sorghum flour from sorghum purchased from 2SCALE farmers. 2SCALE has helped her grow from trader to processor, selling her own brand of flour. New Holland Chips owner, Jean Pierre, also sources from local farmers. New Holland partners with potato growers in Laikipia County.

Many rural potato farmers lack proper storage. Dr. Angle and Irish Ambassador to Kenya, Dr. Vincent O’Neill, inaugurated a new potato storage facility, constructed through an Irish Aid project implemented by IFDC to strengthen the potato value chain. This storage building will help farmers in Nyeri, Kenya, reduce post-harvest losses.

View a photo slideshow of the trip below.

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.


Photo Gallery: Scott Angle Visits IFDC Projects in Kenya and Ghana

IFDC President and CEO Dr. Scott Angle recently traveled to the organization’s projects and offices in Accra and Tamale, Ghana, and Nairobi, Kenya. Angle visited farmer learning centers implemented by the Feed the Future Ghana Agriculture Technology Transfer Project. The project introduces new yield-enhancing technologies to farmer communities. He also discussed food security with donors and partners and attended a Science Day hosted by the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) in Nairobi.

Click on the first photo below to view a slideshow of Angle’s trip:

Angle receives AGHON’s Harris Memorial Award

Scott Angle, IFDC”s President and CEO, received the Earl Douglas Harris Memorial AGHON Award from AGHON at the University of Georgia.

New IFDC President and CEO Scott Angle Begins Tenure

Dr. J. Scott Angle officially joined the International Fertilizer Development Center today as the organization’s new president and CEO.

Introducing J. Scott Angle, IFDC’s New President and CEO

Today I am honored to join the International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC) as president and CEO. With great excitement and a humble spirit, I welcome the opportunity to continue my work with farmers and agricultural businesspeople around the world. Soil fascinates me. As a soil scientist, I focus on phytoremediation and the use of recycled waste products to improve soil…

IFDC Announces Leadership Changes: Amit Roy to Retire after Decades of Service; Board Names New President and CEO

(IFDC) today announced that its president and CEO, Dr. Amit Roy, will retire after 37 years of service on December 31, 2015. The IFDC board of directors selected Dr. J. Scott Angle to succeed Roy as the organization’s president and CEO effective October 1, 2015.

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