Niger is located in the heart of the Sahel-Saharan region and is prone to recurring food insecurity. See how the GAFSP-funded project mobilized water resources for the local communities.
In this Q&A with GAFSP Leadership, we talk about the achievements of the program, future priorities and what needs to change to build the resilience of smallholder farmers and food systems in the world’s poorest countries.
From enhancing agricultural resilience in Burkina Faso to catalyzing cooperative farming networks in Ethiopia, GAFSP's transformative initiatives are shaping sustainable development.
A three-year IFC advisory project supported nearly 3,000 small-scale macadamia nut farmers.
When the GAFSP-supported national farmers’ organizations network Sara Bangla Krishak Society (SBKS) received the prestigious 2023 FAO Achievement Award, the news was received with gratitude and hope by members.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Economic Relations Division, Ministry of Finance in Bangladesh have signed four agreements on to support the country in its efforts to improve food and nutrition security.
In Haiti, young professionals are given the opportunity to grow their research skills — and to better support the agricultural sector in the country.
In the heart of a village, a remarkable transformation is taking place—one that exemplifies the power of education, persistence, and community support in reshaping dietary habits and improving the health and nutrition of families.
The Road to COP28 webinar series focused on the connection between climate, gender, and nutrition spotlighting selected project. The second event profiled the Gambia Food and Nutrition Security Project.
The Road to COP28 webinar series focused on the connection between climate, gender, and nutrition spotlighting selected project. The first event profiled the Agriculture for Nutrition Project in Lao People’s Democratic Republic.
GAFSP works to build resilient and sustainable agriculture and food systems in the world’s poorest countries. See the highlights of what the program has achieved in 2022.
Learning is a never-ending process. Read the story from IFC on how the training for women in Bangladesh improved production and financial resilience across the food production chain.