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  1. Rasilimali Muhimu ECHO Partner Our website hosts training videos in support of sustainable agriculture in developing countries. If you are interested in this, we hope you will find videos that will be of use to you and your partners. We have 14 Access Agriculture video categories under which you will find quality,...
  2. AATF is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to increasing the productivity of resource-poor farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa. Its mission is to improve food security and reduce poverty by providing smallholders with greater access to improved farming technologies and know-how. In pursuit of this...
  3. Africa Inland Mission (AIM) is a Christian mission sending agency with a heartfor Africa’s peoples. We have our roots in a small band of faithful men andwomen who, in 1895, ventured inland to reach Africansuntouched by the gospel. Their vision set the course of AIM for over 120 years, as a...
  4. The Africa Rice Center (AfricaRice) is a pan-African Center of Excellence for rice research, development and capacity building. It contributes to reducing poverty, achieving food and nutrition security and improving livelihoods of farmers and other rice value-chain actors in Africa by increasing...
  5. In a perfect world, everyone would have access to nutritious, affordable food. However, as Rick Bates knows, there is no such thing as utopia when it comes to food security, as millions of people around the world have limited food resources. One of those places is Cambodia in Southeast Asia, one...
  6. AgriCorps connects American Agriculture professionals to the demand for experiential, school-based, agricultural education in developing countries.
  7. We do our best to reach and teach as many students as possible, wherever they may live. Some of our classes are held in old shipping containers in Liberia, under a mango tree in Mozambique, and in donated spaces. Where there is thirst for knowledge, Alfalit tries its best to deliver programs....
  8. At the Alliance, we strive to make food and agriculture systems more sustainable, efficient and inclusive,through sustainably funded science,research-based solutionsand inclusive knowledge generation. OurStrategy 2020-2025 sets out how we work and accelerate impact towards tackling four...
  9. The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers is an educational and scientific organization dedicated to the advancement of engineering applicable to agricultural, food, and biological systems. Founded in 1907 and headquartered in St. Joseph, Michigan, ASABE comprises members in...
  10. The Aprovecho Research Center is actively involved in research, design, manufacturing and testing of biomass cookstoves The ARC staff specializes in improving stove performance. Over 100 stove projects around the world are disseminating stoves designed with help from ARC. Dr. Winiarski, Technical...
  11. A Rocha is active in practical conservation projects around the world. These focus on resolving issues that threaten ecosystems and the diversity of their flora and fauna. Some projects are small-scale and led by volunteers; others are bigger-budget programmes involving whole communities...
  12. The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) is an international English-speaking postgraduate institution, focusing on engineering, environment, and management studies. AIT’s rigorous academic, research, and experiential outreach programs prepare graduates for professional success and leadership...
  13. The mission of the Asian Rural Institute is to build an environmentally healthy, just and peaceful world, in which each person can live to his or her fullest potential. This mission is rooted in the love of Jesus Christ. To carry out this mission, we nurture and trainrural leaders for a life of...
  14. La Red ANAFAE, junto a sus organizaciones miembro, están apoyando el desarrollo de Honduras y su gente, impulsando el país mediante la promoción de la agricultura ecológica y la soberanía alimentaria para poder superar la pobreza, dar acceso a alimentos y mejorar la salud de las personas mediante...
  15. AIARD is an association of U.S.- and internationally-based members who have devoted their careers to global agricultural development and hunger alleviation. AIARD members are development professionals from universities, non-governmental organizations, private sector firms, consulting companies,...
  16. Food is a basic human need, yet the prevalence of food insecurity (a combination of limited household income, limited community access, and availability of nutritious food) is a critical reflection of the failure of the current food system. We have become disconnected from the process of food, so...
  17. The Project : Improving Agriculture. enabling the Church. transforming Communities. Founded in 2002, the Beer-Sheba Project combines a sustainable agro-forestry program together with holistic training and an agricultural resource center for young Senegalese farmers.
  18. Bethany Land Institute employs the notion and practice ofIntegral Ecologyto respond to three major challenges in rural Uganda: environmental degradation, food insecurity, and poverty. We recognize the inherent connection between the cry of the Earth and the cry of the poor, and our program...
  19. Biovision Africa Trust (BvAT) is a not-for-profit organization established in Kenya in 2009 by the Biovision Foundation for ecological development in Switzerland and supported by the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) in Nairobi. The Trust’s goal is to alleviate poverty...
  20. The Challenge : Solar panels and biogas digesters provide essential sources of light, electricity and cooking fuel in Sub-Saharan Africa. Yet the poorest African families remain unable to afford them, excluding them from accessing vital clean energy sources. At the same time some of their...
  21. Food security is chronically poor in Zaka due to recurrent droughts, poor farming practices, high unemployment, and political instability. Malnutrition is a contributing factor in one-half of all childhood deaths. Building food security is essential to improving health and strengthening and...
  22. Thousands of acres of farmland lie underutilized across Ghana, Haiti, and Cambodia. If used to its full potential, this land could provide food and income for desperately needy families. Our goal for the SALT Agri-Plus program is to work together and learn with local farmers what simple farming...
  23. For over 30 years the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI) has been steadfast in providing sterling contributions to the growth and development of the agricultural sector of Member Countries of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). The Heads of Governments of CARICOM in...
  24. Charity Hands is a Christian NGO with self supporting projects in Cameroon, Malawi, Thailand and India. Charity Handsestablishes small scale agricultural projects and suppliesmicrocredits.
  25. Chapin Living Waters exists to help people in developing countries grow vegetables when there is insufficient rain. We offer simple, sustainable technologies for subsistence farming, bringing hope to families and the opportunity to solve their own problems. Chapin Living Waters serves development...
  26. Our mission is to reduce hunger and poverty, and improve human nutrition in the tropics through research aimed at increasing the eco-efficiency of agriculture. CIAT’s staffincludes about 200 scientists. Supported by a wide array of donors,the Center collaborates with hundreds of partnersto...
  27. Preparing the next generation of leaders to address the world's critical challenges related to agriculture, food systems, human wellbeing, natural resources and sustainable communities.
  28. Over the course of 50 years, Concern Worldwide’s effectiveness, built on a committed, consistentapproach, has gained the respect of donors, peers, partner organizations, and communities. We’reproud of that record, but focused on the challengesahead. Extreme poverty and suffering persist in too...
  29. MISSION To develop solutions that diversify agriculture using underutilised crops. OUR GOALS To secure a greater role for underutilised crops in global agriculture, especially in developing regions of the world. Through our research, provide trusted knowledge on underutilised crops. With our...
  30. Cultivate is an international collective of activist-consultants that catalyses and supports healthy food, land and communities rooted in agroecology. With diverse expertise and skills, we work with farmers, social movements, civil society organisations, researchers, artists and policy makers to...
  31. According to a 2011 study of the prevalence of food insecurity among migrant farmworkersin Georgia, 62.8% did not have enough food. The same study found that the level of food insecurity in this population of migrant and seasonal farmworkers was more than 4 times greater than the general U.S....
  32. At Design Outreach, we desire to share the love of God by developing sustainable technologies that help alleviate global poverty. The poor of the world have big dreams—what they lack is access and opportunity. By developing and providing innovative solutions for partners combating global poverty,...
  33. Today, over 150,000 small farms in Africa, Asia, and South America are proving that drip systems work. Small farmers are growing more food with less water—and making a profit doing it. But many farmers fail. Because it takes more than pipes and well wishes. It takes a comprehensive set of tools....
  34. The Origin Of ESAFF The Eastern and Southern Africa small-scale Farmers Forum (ESAFF) is a network of grassroots small scale farmers’ organizations working in 16 countries of Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) region. The movement which started in 2002 during the World Summit on Sustainable...
  35. Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA) is partnering with communities around the world to meet their basic human needs. We’re building footbridges to provide pathways to opportunities. We’re installing solar panels to bring light where it is dark. We’re digging for water so hope can spring from...
  36. EMI provides facility and infrastructure design for indigenous and international Christian organizations by mobilizing volunteer architects, engineers, surveyors and other design professionals who donate their skills to serve people in the developing world. on Facebook
  37. EPIC (Ecumenical Project for International Cooperation) works internationally and within the United State promoting local-led projects in Women & Youth, Regenerative Organic Agriculture, Human Rights, Indigenous Culture, Peace, Environmental Protection and Health & Nutrition EPICis...
  38. The Eastern and Southern Africa small-scale Farmers Forum (ESAFF Burundi) is working in Burundi since 2009 with a purpose of enabling small farmers in the country to speak as a united voice so that issues, concerns and recommendations become an integral part of policies and practices at national,...
  39. The Experimental Farm Network (EFN) works to facilitate collaborative plant breeding and sustainable agriculture research in orderto fight global climate change, preserve the natural environment,and ensure food security for humanity into the distantfuture.We believe participatory plant breeding...
  40. People are often surprised to learn that radio is a powerful tool in international development. In rural Africa, where we work, people depend on it as their primary source of information. That’s why we’ve used radio to help farmers help themselves for nearly 40 years. And now we combine it with...
  41. FARM STEW International's mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of rural, small farm families throughout the world. In Uganda, our team of 7 talented local, Christian staffhas equipped over 22,606 people, 66% of whom are women,with skills for abundant life.
  42. Producing and Marketing Quality & Superior Seed Varieties to Somali Farmers Our vision is to lead the Somali agricultural sector in providing appropriate and affordable seed alongside complementary technologies in support of farming as a business.
  43. Farmers' Rights are a precondition for the maintenance of crop genetic diversity, which is the basis of all food and agriculture production in the world. Basically, realizing Farmers' Rights means enabling farmers to maintain and develop crop genetic resources as they have done since the dawn of...
  44. The Horticulture Innovation Lab's global research network advances fruit and vegetable innovations, empowering smallholder farmers to earn more income while better nourishing their communities. The program is funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development and led by ateam at the...
  45. Animal-source foods are commonly lacking in the diets of the poor and vulnerable in developing countries, particularly children and women who need them most. Due to their high content of quality protein and bioavailable micronutrients,increased consumption of animal-source foodscan improve the...
  46. Now a part of the Netherlands Food Partnership During 2013-2020, the F&BKP Knowledge Portal provided Food & Nutrition Security professionals with annotated references to knowledge and innovations in their work field. The F&BKP thanks all partners and experts for their contributions,...
  47. FRBraises money to help people in developing countries grow their own food. Each year nearly 200U.S. growing projects,volunteers, companies, and organizations raise over $3 million to support 50-60overseas programs. To administer these programs, FRB works through a network of 16member...
  48. FPS creates educational materials that explain what nutritional food is, why our bodies need it and how to grow and use it. We focus on what are often neglected and underutilized plants, plants that are growing in and adapted to their environment, and are high in the most beneficial nutrients....
  49. Foundations for Farming is an initiative aimed at bringing transformation to individuals, communities and nations through faithful and productive use of land. God has revealed a very simple conservation farming method with an implementation management teaching,which when applied help people to...
  50. The Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA) is the apex continental organization responsible for coordinating and advocating for agricultural research for development (AR4D). FARA serves as the technical arm of the Africa Union Commission on matters concerning agriculture science,...
  51. When you help even one family plant a garden, you take a giant step towards defeating hunger. For many poor people, hunger is a constant companion. They don’t know when they’ll eat again. That changes when they have a garden. They know where their next meal is coming from and the food is there...
  52. OUR WORK GO Organics’ mission is “Empowering Regenerative Agriculture + Peace”. To achieve the mission, having sustainable development is fundamental. The United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) (see below) often view as a global macro undertaking only achievable by the government...
  53. Our global agricultural and food system is broken and needs to transition to one that is more sustainable and beneficial to the world’s population. This must happen in the face of the linked challenges of climate change, natural resource depletion, and worldwide economic and social upheaval.At...
  54. The devex reference search for development organizations.
  55. Haihui is a non-profit organization dedicated to poverty alleviation and the sustainable development of rural communities. We have two main centers: The Sichuan Haihui Poverty Alleviation Service Center and The Shanghai Haihui Community Livelihood Development Center. For years, we have partnered...
  56. When 2 billion people lack essential vitamins and minerals, both the individuals and the world as a whole suffer the consequences of that hidden hunger. A world in which a whole third of the population struggles to be healthy and productive misses out on the fruits of that unrealized potential....
  57. Our mission is toaid, equip, and empowerthose in need around the world in the name of Jesus Christ so they might experience God’s healing grace. We fulfill this mission through these programs and ministries: Clean Water Agriculture: Fighting Hunger MAGI Women of Hope Education Disaster Recovery...
  58. ECHO Partner In the early 1980’s, a vision was born to establish a practical training center for Christian workers going to serve in developing regions of the world. TwoWarner University(then Warner Southern College) faculty members, Dr. Bob Clark and Charlie Smith, promoted the idea of...
  59. TheHimalayan Permaculture Centre (HPC)is a grass roots non-governmentorganisation (NGO) set up by trained and motivated farmers from Surkhet district(Mid-Western Nepal) in 2010 to implement sustainable rural development programs in Nepal. In Nepal, over 90% of the working population are dependent...
  60. Hope Seeds is a Christian ministry which provides quality garden seeds to a hungry world through missionaries and mission teams to help feed the whole person – body, mind, and soul. The world is full of hungry people! Hope Seeds is making plans to help as many as possible grow food for themselves...
  61. IED Afrique est une organisation indépendante, à but non lucratif, basée au Sénégal, qui capitalise une quinzaine d’années d’expérience en Afrique de l’Ouest francophone. Elle intervient sur les problématiques de développement durable et de citoyenneté en Afrique en mettant l’accent sur les...
  62. iDE is a global team of 1,200 changemakers coming from diverse backgrounds within international development and the private sector. What we all have in common is the belief that one entrepreneur can change their community and millions can change the world. Our work stands out in the international...
  63. iDE is a global team of 1,200 changemakers coming from diverse backgrounds within international development and the private sector. What we all have in common is the belief that one entrepreneur can change their community and millions can change the world. Our work stands out in the international...
  64. IDEAS celebrates success in two strategic areas: the first is progress on the journey towards true and lasting hope. The second is sustainability and local ownership of transformative projects that will continue to multiply long after IDEAS professionals have left. At IDEAS you do not have to...
  65. At IDEO.org, our goal is to improve lives through design. Which means that we are designing for impact, building partnerships with organizations that know how to bring innovative solutions to life, and continuing to evolve the products, services, and experiences we design even after they're out...
  66. Welcome to IDEP Foundation For almost two decades, IDEP has been delivering practical programs and public education activities to communities in need all over Indonesia. IDEP develops and delivers training, community programs and media about sustainable development through Permaculture, and...
  67. IFDC is an independent non-profit organization that combines innovative research, market systems development, and strategic partnerships to spread sustainable agricultural solutions for improved soil health, food security, and livelihoods around the world.
  68. ITEC Aviation hasroots thatrun deep reaching people beyond roads. Currently, ITEC Aviation includes the I-FLY and UAV programs. I-FLY: A 3 year A&P apprenticeship program where trainees acquire their Aircraft Maintenance Technician license (A&P). Each member of the team will be able to...
  69. INGENAES is designed to assist partners in Feed the Future countries (www.feedthefuture.gov) to · Build more robust, gender-responsive, and nutrition- sensitive institutions, projects and programs capable of assessing and responding to the needs of both men and women farmers through extension and...
  70. The Institute for Affordable Transportation (IAT) is a not-for-profit public charity devoted to improving the lives of the world’s poor by developing and building basic vehicles that facilitate community transformation — bridging the gap between vital services and people in need. More than basic...
  71. icipe'smission is to help alleviate poverty, ensure food security and improve the overall health status of peoples of the tropics, by developing and extending management tools and strategies for harmful and useful arthropods, while preserving the natural resource base through research and...
  72. I-TEC is a non-denominational ministry utilizing volunteers to meet the technical needs of missionaries and not-for-profit organizations worldwide. I TEC video All I-TEC projects are customized to meet individual project needs. Here are a few examples of what I-TEC volunteers are able to do:...
  73. ILAD promotes human flourishing through educational, economic and social development in communities that are under-resourced. We do this by partnering with communities to facilitate local solutions to local problems through our four core competencies; Agricultural Development, Educational...
  74. INUAg.org is an up-to-date, organized and searchable resource for individuals, communities and organizations interested in urban agriculture. We are striving to be comprehensive in geography, sector, topic, growing methods, business models, policy and other topics as urban agriculture grows.
  75. We take nature as the best model for our ecosystem design. Informed by technology, science, traditional agricultural practices from around the globe, principles of permaculture and regenerative grazing as promoted byAllan Savoryandthe Savory Institutewe attempt to create a wholistic, financially...
  76. We create opportunities for kids to learn though gardening, engaging their natural curiosity and wonder by providing inspiration, community know-how and resources. For 35 years, KidsGardening has led the school gardening movement. As a national nonprofit, we are improving nutritional attitudes,...
  77. La Maison de l’Artemisia is a French humanitarian association promoting the use ofArtemisia annuaandafrain the fight against malaria, targeting the most vulnerable populations in the world. These two plants have been used for centuries in Traditional Medicine in China and East Africa.
  78. We are a French-speaking collective of small-scale farmers, employees and agricultural development organisations, gathered together as a cooperative named l’Atelier Paysan, a tool box of farmer-driven technologies and practices.Based on the principle that farmers are themselves innovators, we...
  79. Landpotential.org is a global partnership committed to developing and supporting the adoption of freely available technology and tools for sustainable land use management, monitoring, and connecting people across the globe. The Land-Potential Knowledge System (LandPKS) delivers tools and...
  80. Introduction Lodhran Pilot Project (LPP) is a not-for-profit organization, which is committed to promote development & humanitarian objectives in Pakistan. It is governed by an independent board, which makes sure that it works in a non-partisan manner and contributes to the development of all...
  81. In 1975, as South Vietnam was falling, a man name Dr. Raymond Benson was on the last airlift from the roof of the American Embassy. Dr. Benson’s vision was for Christian medical professionals to establish clinics around the world. His hope was to heal people both physically and spiritually. Out...
  82. 1.8 billion people have access to electricity but still cook with biomass. Load shedding, weak grids, affordability of electricity, accessibility of liquid petroleum gas (LPG), tradition, perceptions, and a lack of suitable cooking appliances all act as barriers to scaling up the use of...
  83. The objective for MEAS is to define and disseminate good practice strategies and approaches to establishing efficient, effective and financially sustainable rural extension and advisory service systems in selected countries. Our goal is to help transform and modernize these extension systems, so...
  84. To achieve our mission, Moving Windmills works with local leaders to determine, organize, and implement appropriate solutions that build community and solve pressing problems. We value: Human-centered design:People know their own problems best. Solutions must involve those who facethe challenge....
  85. NASFAM is a farmer-member controlled system. This control starts at Association level. The NASFAM system is organised into a unique extension network to support its membership of around 100,000 smallholder farmers. The smallest operational unit of NASFAM is the Club, made up of 10-15 individual...
  86. Netherlands Food Partnership connects and supports initiatives by Dutch organisations and partners from Low and Middle Income Countries. To achieve urgent changes that contribute to sustainable food systems and nutrition security and reach SDG2 by 2030. We focus on accelerating initiatives by...
  87. In industrialized countries, we often take longevity and health for granted. When something opposes this notion, it is easy to feel threatened. In a country like Malawi, however, concepts like these are not a given. Death is as much a part of daily life as is birth. Villagers are barraged by...
  88. A registered Ethiopian civil society organization, established in 2016. They have initiated a project –Nutrition, Early Childhood Development & Women Empowerment through an Integrated Children’s center– to address these problems. N4ED has successfully conducted hundreds of community-based...
  89. Less than 2% of global giving supports environmental issues and climate change, and only one-quarter of that funding makes it to on-the-ground climate solutions. And less than 0.2% of foundation goes to supporting women-led initiatives. One Earth’s mission is to inspire greater ambition and...
  90. TheOrganization for Tropical Studies(OTS) is a nonprofit consortium of about fifty universities, colleges, and research institutions worldwide. Founded in 1963, OTS’ mission is to provide leadership in education, research, and the responsible use of natural resources in the tropics. The...
  91. The Geoscience, Energy and Maritime Division uses scientific and technical innovations to develop solutions that help overcome development challenges in the Pacific.Our strength comes from an innate understanding of the region built-upon the scientific and technical expertise of almost 50 years...
  92. Our mission is to provide a preferential option for the poor in health care. By establishing long-term relationships with sister organizations based in settings of poverty, Partners In Health strives to achieve two overarching goals: to bring the benefits of modern medical science to those most...
  93. Rewind to 1997. In a small corner of East Africa, a group of Kenyan and North American businesspeople came together to ask: "Is there a way for businesspeople to become part of the solution to ending poverty?" With a resounding "YES!" Partners for Christian Development was born. First under the...
  94. Participatory Ecological Land Use Management (PELUM) Association is a network of Civil Society Organizations / NGOs working with Small-scale farmers in East, central and Southern Africa. The Association membership has grown from 25 pioneer members (in 1995) to over 280 members in . PELUM- Kenya...
  95. PERU-Hub is an alliance of North American universities and national and international research centers led by Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina (UNALM), united with the purpose of building a Hub based on the utilization of research through technology transfer, promotion of alternative crops...
  96. The Peace Corps is a service opportunity for motivated changemakers to immerse themselves in a community abroad, working side by side with local leaders to tackle the most pressing challenges of our generation.
  97. From business and education to healthcare, agriculture, the arts, and more, our 3,000 global members use their diverse gifts and experience to serve in needy communities. As they do, they see God transform lives across cultures and people groups everywhere.
  98. The most important thing we do isn’t providing food, water, or medicine. It’s not creating jobs or helping refugees start new businesses. At the red hot center of everything we do—every food delivery, every family we serve—is the pursuit of peace between communities at odds. We’re not just aid...
  99. ECHO Partner Plant With Purpose is a Christian development organization that transforms lives in rural areas around the world where poverty and environmental degradation intersect.We equip impoverished farming families to change their circumstances, provide for their children, and live with...
  100. Plenty is a not-for-profit organization that was created to help protect and share the world’s abundance and knowledge for the benefit of all.Plenty supports economic self-sufficiency, cultural integrity and environmental responsibility in partnership with community groups and organizations in...
  101. Prolinnova is an NGO-initiated international network and community of practice that promotes local innovation processes in ecologically oriented agriculture and natural resource management (NRM). It focuses on recognising thedynamicsof indigenous knowledge (IK) and enhancing capacities of family...
  102. A food forest, also called a forest garden, is a diverse planting of edible plants that attempts to mimic the ecosystems and patterns found in nature. Food forests are three dimensional designs, with life extending in all directions – up, down, and out. Generally, we recognize seven layers of a...
  103. We collect, create and disseminate information, experiences, projects and research in the culinary area, Agriculture and Nutrition (CAN) to promote collaborations between organizations. Digital educational resources available online. CAN Project is a project to disseminate information and provide...
  104. INTEGRATED APPROACH Developing a Model for a Sustainable Food System Rural family farmers work hard to produce half of the world's food, yet they make up 75% of the world's poor (FAO, 2014). We focus on the farming, consumption, and commercialization ofamaranth, a highly nutritious cereal crop...
  105. Relief International’s 7,300 staff and volunteers have the experience and agility to meet the ever-changing needs of populations in vulnerable situations. We partner with them to develop a strategy for the future and create more enduring pathways to stability.
  106. RIG Network – working to support local food production in and by remote Indigenous communities for food security, better health, wealth and wellbeing. We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and Custodians of this land, throughout Australia and celebrate and recognise their continuing connection to...
  107. How can we guarantee that coming generations retain access to affordable quality food? Tackling the inter-related challenges of food insecurity, climate change, biodiversity loss and economic inequality requires collective action. We join forces with smallholder farmer organisations, companies,...
  108. The RUAF Global Partnership on Sustainable Urban Agriculture and Food Systems is a partnership of strategically selected expert institutions. The partnership brings together cities, research institutes and civil society organisations with a recognised track record in urban and peri-urban...
  109. A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), non-profit environmental and social justice organisation, which works with indigenous groups of different cultures in Tanzania. The target communities are those who depend on communal resource management regimes for their economic livelihood. The RUCONET’s...
  110. The Smallholder and Agri-SME Finance and Investment Network (SAFIN) is a partnership of actors that are committed to aligning their efforts to scale up access to financial services for agri-SMEs and for small commercialfarms. We are financial institutions, philanthropic foundations, social...
  111. Somali Agricultural Technical Group is a registered non-profit association of Somali professionals and friends of the country dedicated to assisting in the reconstruction of Somalia and its agricultural heritage Unlike most organisations, SATG employs a mix of both practical and scientific...
  112. SIM

    SIM engages in many types of ministries around the world. This means we are a general mission. Some organisations specialise in ministry categories such as clean water, children, education, or relief aid. SIM missionaries engage in these ministries as well as many others. We also partner with...
  113. Seeds of Hope International Partnerships (SoHIP) demonstrates amultifacetedapproach to development. We work holistically to buildlong-term relationshipswithin the communities and we createreal solutionsthat result inlasting transformation. SoHIP has developed the Healthy Home Initiative, which...
  114. Half the world still lives on less than $2 per day. On this budget, it can be impossible to sustain life. Malnutrition in the developing world causes dire consequences for nearly a billion people, 60% of them women and girls. Yet, there is hope for change as the majority of those who are hungry...
  115. Securing Water for Food: A Grand Challenge for Development helps farmers around the world grow more food using less water, enhance water storage, and improve the use of saline water and soil to produce food by ensuring that the entrepreneurs and scientists behind groundbreaking new approaches are...
  116. Founded in the Netherlands in 1965, we have built a long-term, local presence in countriesin Asia, Africa and Latin America. Our global team of local and international advisors work with local partners to equip communities, businesses andorganisationswith the tools, knowledge and connectionsthey...
  117. Founded by Dr. Elaine Ingham in 1996,Soil Foodweb Incis dedicated to changing the way the world grows food and how humans treat the Earth's soils. The Soil Foodweb Approach has been used on over 5 Million acres worldwide to dramatically reduce input costs, increase yields and to sequester soil...
  118. Millions of smallholder farmers in developing countries produce the majority of the world’s food. But they themselves are most at risk of going hungry. We see huge inequalities of power in the way food is produced and distributed, exacerbated by unequal and insecure tenure of land and the growing...
  119. TheSRI Homepage/System of Rice Intensificationwebsite,a joint collaboration of Association Tefy Saina and CIIFAD, offers a wealth of SRI-related material, particularly on its "SRI Practical and AV Material” page. Downloadable English manuals includeHow to Help Rice Plants to Grow Better and...
  120. STRONG HARVEST ENVISIONS . . . a world in which everyone has nutritious food, clean drinking water, and economic opportunities. We work in communities in the developing world focusing on three primary objectives: Enhancing Food Security, Improving Health, and Increasing Economic Viability – All...
  121. Sustainable Agricultural Solutions seeks to provide small farmers with superior models for production and marketing. This includes the development of fair trade opportunity, best agricultural practices, and other kinds of consultation for growers of locally produced foods. We believe that...
  122. We focus on the multiple root causes of hunger, malnutrition, illness and adverse poverty. Causes of hunger, disease and problematic socio-economic conditions in the region are manifold and interconnected and cannot be addressed with isolated approaches. We have therefore chosen to take a...
  123. Our vision is to “Feed the world. Sustainably”, transforming the global rice sector through an alliance that links research, production, policy making, trade and consumption. The vision articulates a new norm in rice, where the sector delivers healthy, high-quality, nutritious rice to consumers,...
  124. A future worth living for future generations in the project countries and worldwide: this is the goal the staffat SWISSAID works towards every day. There are 40 people in Berne and Lausanne and about 150 mostly local men and women in project countries. And quite a few partner organisations and...
  125. Nature is extremely powerful, and to our mind, often chaotic. As farmers and custodians of land, we have not understood that this relentless power is in fact a type of order in itself - Syntropy. Through the framework of Syntropic Agroforestry and Syntropic Design, we have learned to decode this...
  126. The world’s forests are not being restored fast enough because people see more opportunities to cut trees down than to grow them. The land stewarded by smallholder farmers collectively represents one of the biggest opportunities to restore the world’s forests, but farmers often face barriers to...
  127. Thousands of people needlessly suffer and die every day because of poverty. But that’s not God’s plan for the world. We believe that we can all play a part in ending extreme poverty and injustice by reaching out to people inneed. For more than 50 years, Tearfund has partnered with local churches...
  128. Thrive is a worldwide not-for-profit based in Canada operating out of Kenya providing organic agricultural training and development programs to people in 4 continents of the world. We grow high nutrient, disease-fighting foods, and herbs all year round, with scarce rainfall, while utilizing small...
  129. “A Third Culture Kid (TCK) is a person who has spent a significant part of his or her developmental years outside the parents’ culture. The TCK frequently builds relationships to all of the cultures, while not having full ownership in any. Although elements from each culture may be assimilated...
  130. The Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA)is a not-for-profit sub-regional organization of the National Agricultural Research Systems (NARS) of 11 member countries, namely: Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia,...
  131. As the largest food hub in Minnesota, it is our mission to unlock economic opportunity for farmers in our region through a unique combination of personalized support and market development. Through our programs and services, we help growers, makers, partners, consumers, buyers, and donors sustain...
  132. The Global Alliance for the Future of Food was founded in 2012 with the aim of transforming food systems now and for future generations. We are a strategic alliance of philanthropic foundations that work together to leverage our resources and networks to help shift food and agriculture systems...
  133. When you see some things, you cannot un-see them. When they returned to the states they started raising money for children to go school. This program is still active and it is only $90 a year to sponsor a child in school. Next they started collecting during lent to buy food for the children to...
  134. The Land Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Salina, Kansas, that was founded in 1976. The Land Institute’s work, led by ateam of plant breeders and ecologistsinmultiple partnerships worldwide, is focused on developing perennial grains, pulses and oilseed bearing plants to...
  135. The Seed and Knowledge Initiative (SKI) is a dynamic partnership of diverse southern African organisations committed to securing food sovereignty in the region. We work with smallholder farmers to become more seed, food and nutritionally secure through farmer-led seed systems, improved crop...
  136. CATIE's Orthodox Seed Germplasm Bank was established in July 1976 as a strategy to face the growing loss of diversity of some of the most important crops in the Mesoamerican region. One of the main tasks of the bank is to locate, collect, conserve, characterize and distribute the germplasm...
  137. The Wájaro Foundation (Wájaro) is a legal Colombian NGO and is run by a diverse Board of Directors that receives input from individuals and organizations with both local and international experience. Wájaro is an ecumenical and multidisciplinary organization with Christian character. Though...
  138. With Treedom you finance farmers who want to plant trees, supporting their work in the early years, when trees are not yet productive. Treedom provides farmers with know-how and technical support for planting and managing trees. Trees are photographed, geolocated and monitored by Treedom over...
  139. TTFF plants fruit trees in Haiti, Jamaica, Antigua, The Bahamas, Barbados, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, St. Vincent, Suriname, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Uganda, Pakistan, and soon Dominica, U.S. Virgin Islands and Tanzania. Breadfruit trees, mango trees, many others. Our vision is seeing self-sustaining...
  140. As the humanitarian ministry of Cru, Unto has leveragedstrategic global partnershipsto relieve suffering through humanitarian aid: For nearly 30 years In more than 75 countries With access to Cru’s 190-country network Partnerships with people likeyou make it possiblefor Unto to provide...
  141. U.S. foreign assistance has always had the twofold purpose of furthering America's interests while improving lives in the developing world. USAID carries out U.S. foreign policy by promoting broad-scale human progress at the same time it expands stable, free societies, creates markets and trade...
  142. We support farmers and agribusiness professionals in developing countries to improve their livelihoods and food security. Farmer-to-Farmer sends U.S.-based volunteers on technical assignments to provide hands-on training to communities, cooperatives, agribusinesses, and educational institutions....
  143. The Utooni Development Group’s success at supplying water for itself did not immediately lead to repetition. That came with time and many meetings to understand the dynamics of change in the communities. The reality is that the social context of a community, how people relate to each other, to...
  144. Our Victory Garden Campaign aims to mobilize rural grassroots communities in Malawi and Cambodia to achieve sustainable solutions in the fight against hunger and poverty. Through the creation of high-yield, low cost victory gardens, villagers learn how to grow enough food to eat, earn income,...
  145. We work to end food and nutrition insecurity across the world by building bridges between local partners and Israel's leading experts to create life-changing agricultural solutions together.
  146. Warc operates in West Africa, with established agricultural production and consulting operations in Sierra Leone and Ghana. Warc runs three farms in two countries, with a combined cultivated area of 5,000 acres and serves over 600 smallholder farmers on our Training Farm, and served over 10,000...
  147. Warm Heart Foundation is based in Phrao, a mountainous, rural community in northern Thailand, 40 miles (70 kms) north of Chiang Mai. We are a non-religious, nonpartisan organization dedicated to the idea that every human being has the right to make a healthy and successful life. We focus on five...
  148. People helping people – volunteers, communities, local schools, strategic partners working towards sustainable community development. We tackle problems that have kept generations of families in poverty. Together we address family care, education, microenterprise, environmental sustainability,...
  149. As Africa's largest sub-regional research organization, CORAF works with 23 national agricultural research systems in 23 West and Central Africa countries to enhance prosperity and ensure a food security. Our research changes lives through improvements in agricultural production and increased...
  150. We support countries as they coordinate the efforts of multiple sectors of the government and partners – including bi- and multilaterals, funds and foundations, civil society organizations and private sector – to attain their health objectives and support their national health policies and...
  151. WODSTAis a women's membership organization guided by the principals of justice, voluntarism, and transparency. WODSTA aims at enabling a women's self-discovery in order to take her rightful place in society and play her role in accordance with her full potential. Its members are drawn from...
  152. The research of the World Agroforestry Centre works towards more productive, diversified, integrated and intensified trees and agroforestry systems that provide livelihood and environmental benefits, including: Enriching the asset base of poor households through farm-grown trees. Maximizing the...
  153. At World Concern, our approach to village transformation is holistic and addresses not only the physical needs in a community, but spiritual ones as well. We start by listening to community members. Each village identifies their greatest needs and drives the process of change. We partner with...
  154. WorldFish is an international, non-profit research and innovation organization reducing hunger, malnutrition and poverty across Africa, Asia and the Pacific. For over 45 years, our work on sustainable aquaculture and fisheries has improved the lives of millions of women, men and youth. Fish and...
  155. World Neighbors is an international development organization striving to eliminate hunger, poverty and disease in the poorest, most isolated rural villages in Asia, Africa and Latin America.World Neighbors does not give away food or material aid, but we take a big-picture, integrated approach...
  156. Launched in 1992, TheWorld Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies(WOCAT) is a global Network sharing the same aim to document, share, and apply sustainable land management (SLM) knowledge. Pioneer in transformative action for SLM, the Network establishes an innovative space for...
  157. With initiatives that focus on disaster response, health and child development, refugee and immigration services, economic development and peacebuilding, we work holistically with the local church to stand for the sick, the widowed, the orphaned, the alienated, the displaced, the devastated, the...
  158. World Renew serves both men and women farmers. 31% of families in sub-Saharan Africa are headed by women, and women produce 80% of its foodstuff. Yet they often don’t have access to credit or to technical training. In East and Southern Africa, 64% of farmers involved in World Renew’s agriculture...
  159. One in eightpeople in the developing world do not have enough to eat.Many poor farmers are unable to grow enough food to feed their own families, much less sell for additional income. That’s why we partner with communitiesto address immediate food needs— but also to grow sustainable food for the...
  160. Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR) is a low-cost land restoration technique used to combat poverty and hunger amongst poor subsistence farmers by increasing food and timber production and resilience to climate extremes. In practice, FMNR involves the systematic regrowth and management of...

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