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From the Cow to the Customer – Women Farmers in Bangladesh Organize Themselves

It all started when Renu Bala, a dairy farmer from the village of Panjor Bhanga in northern Bangladesh, went from house-to-house to pitch her idea to create a cooperative. Today, more than 40 women have joined her dairy co-op, and collect more than 200 liters of milk per day, which they sell to local sweet shops and milk processing companies at premium prices – bringing in a profit. Read how one dairy cooperative is growing with funds from the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP).
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Statement from GAFSP Co-Chairs: GAFSP and COVID-19

Today, more than ever, the need for programmes like GAFSP is crucial as a source of financing for non-humanitarian investments in the most vulnerable countries and communities around the world. This will ensure our progress to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals is not further reversed by the ongoing pandemic.
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With Everyone at the Table

The Global Agriculture and Food Security Program: a Recipe for Achieving Zero Hunger
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The Missing Middle Initiative

With global hunger rising and farmer incomes declining, family farmers must be at the center of their own development.
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The Impact of COVID-19 on Food Security & Nutrition: A Call from CSOs to GAFSP Donors for Urgent Action

With the support of CSOs and their members, GAFSP should develop quick monitoring of the real impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on small-scale farmers and small-scale food providers, which can be used as evidence to support these adjustments.
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Changing Lives

Insights into how investments made possible by the GAFSP Private Sector Window help change lives of farmers around the world.

Edition 6 | January 2020
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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.
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An African Entrepreneur is Revolutionizing Kenya’s Supply Chain

Peter Njonjo, Co-Founder and CEO of Twiga Foods, sat down with GAFSP Private Sector Window’s Daphna Berman at IFC headquarters in Washington D.C. recently to discuss the challenges facing African entrepreneurs, his decision to leave Coca-Cola, and why he needed to sell his Nairobi home in a quest to ensure that his vision for Twiga became a reality.
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Global Agriculture Fund GAFSP Embarks on New Replenishment Model

Ten years after G-20 leaders created the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program to tackle hunger and malnutrition, the fund will hold its first replenishment event next June in Berlin, seeking $1.5 billion.
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IFC Invests in Soufflet Ethiopia to Boost Local Malt Production, Support Farmers

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and the Private Sector Window of the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP), today announced a €20 million investment in Soufflet Malt Ethiopia to help the company build and operate a malting plant in Ethiopia, supporting local farmers and economic growth.
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Investment Case 2019

GAFSP Investment Case | October 2019
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How do we feed the world without destroying the planet?

Hunger and the climate crisis are inextricably linked - the challenge is how to solve one while not exacerbating the other.

Public Sector Media Contact

Ms. Tammy Mehdi

External Affairs Associate
GAFSP Public Sector

Based in Washington, D.C.

Private Sector Media Contact

Ms. Daphna Berman

Senior Communications and Outreach Specialist 
GAFSP Private Sector Window

Based in Washington, D.C.