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Annual Report 2017
Edition 7 | Data as of December 2017
Planting a More Resilient Cotton Sector in Burkina Faso
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.
Protecting an ancient way of life in the Sahara
Nomadic Pastoralists get new opportunities for income
Putting an end to stunting in Rwanda
A healthy productive life requires adequate nutrition. Yet around the world, millions of people are undernourished and hungry.
Better farming means better lives for cotton farmers in Burkina Faso
Many lives depend on cotton yields in Burkina Faso—one of the World's poorest countries
Blended finance in a Bhutanese nutshell
Promoting hazelnut production by smallholders across Bhutan
A recipe for success: Kenya's tea farmers taste the benefits of hydropower
Investments in new technology can help boost tea production and farmers' earnings
Investing in nutrition gains a lifetime of returns on human capital for children in war-torn Yemen
A family business helps millions suffering from acute malnutrition.
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
Insights into how investments made possible by the GAFSP Private Sector Window help change lives of farmers around the world
Edition 3 | March 2017
Observation of Farmers Consulting Supports
The 1st Report of the ROPPA’s FAMILY FARMS REGIONAL OBSERVATORY (OEF / ROPPA) addresses four issues which successively deliver (i) a farmer’s interpretation of West African family farm features over the past two agricultural campaigns; (ii) a table of local consulting support received by these FFs; (iii) an analysis of the policies which these FFs and their central organizations had to face; and (iv) the FFO’s perspectives.