Small Farmers Merit Support - Gates Foundation
The director of agricultural development for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's Global Development Program, Sam Dryden, says policy makers and development officials must harness the potential of Africa's smallholder farmers.
Dry season farmer (David Ocansey) at Adedetsekope near Ada is watering his corn plants from shallow wells sited in between the crops. With agricultural support, farmers in Ghana have improved their crop production efforts.
Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, 28 September 2012
The African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) in Arusha, which concluded today, produced concrete actions to transform Africa's agricultural sector. African heads of state, ministers,... read more »
allAfrica.com, 8 October 2012
When Dr. Ruth Khasaya Oniang'o, a professor of food science and nutrition, shared advice from her mother at the September 2012 African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF), it really... read more »
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