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Global Agriculture and Food Security Program Announces New Grants to Fight Hunger and Poverty in FCV Countries
GAFSP announced that seven projects in countries affected by fragility, conflict, and violence (FCV) will receive grants totaling $97.6 million.
The effects of climate change are undermining cotton farmers’ livelihoods in Burkina Faso—where 80 percent of the population depend on agriculture to earn a living.
Many lives depend on cotton yields in Burkina Faso—one of the World's poorest countries
Investments in new technology can help boost tea production and farmers' earnings
A family business helps millions suffering from acute malnutrition.
Insta Products CEO, Dhiren Chandaria, talks about his mission—with GAFSP’s help—to save lives.
Global Agriculture and Food Security Program Announces New Round of Grants to Fight Hunger and Poverty
Seven Countries to Receive $160 Million to Improve Food Security and Increase Incomes
The part of the report on the observation of the family farms behavior on the two agricultural campaigns is the subject of a Booklet 1 (FAMILY FARMS OBSERVATION). From this observation, it can be seen from one year to the next that, depending on climatic functioning, but also on the intensity of public support, family farms are able to make significant progress and thus improve food security and sovereignty in the region.