Relive five years’ of achievements of Feed the Future AGP Agribusiness Market Development in this end-of-project overview. Since 2011 when the project launched it has reached over 1.2 million people, created more than 6,000 jobs and influenced farm gate sales of US$181 million. Thanks for the great collaboration working together over the past five years!
A month after the Specialty Coffee Association of America’s (SCAA) annual event held in Seattle, coffee experts can’t stop talking about Ethiopian coffee. Ethiopia was presented to over 11,000 participants from the US’ specialty coffee industry as the portrait country for this year’s event. In this short video prepared by SCAA, baristas, tasters, buyers and… Read more »
Hear directly from Ethiopian agribusiness-women how the Women in Agribusiness Leadership Network (WALN) has helped them gain skills, develop their businesses and improve their livelihoods. WALN works to advance the representation and benefit of women throughout the agricultural sector, bridging the gender gap and empowering women.
Find out how AGP-AMDe has encouraged the involvement of women in cooperatives in Ethiopia since March 2014. Not only have these new women members strengthened the cooperatives increasing agricultural productivity, but they are now able to sell their produce at increased prices and bring home a greater income.
Launched in collaboration with USAID AMDe, DuPont Pioneer, and smallholder farmers, the Advanced Maize Seed Adoption Program (AMSAP) introduced hybrid maize seeds to Ethiopia. As a result, farmers who participated in the program have seen their yields increase dramatically. In this documentary, they describe how the new seeds have improved their lives. Watch the full version.
Launched in collaboration with USAID AMDe, DuPont Pioneer, and smallholder farmers, the Advanced Maize Seed Adoption Program (AMSAP) introduced hybrid maize seeds to Ethiopia. As a result, farmers who participated in the program have seen their yields increase dramatically. In this documentary, they describe how the new seeds have improved their lives.
A short video on Ethiopian coffee.
An introductory video to Ethiopia’s innovative new effort to transform the country’s agriculture sector.
A short video on the Livestock Market Development (LMD) program’s support to Project Mercy. Project Mercy is a faith-based, non-profit, relief and development agency engaged in supporting poor households increase their income and improve their families’ nutrition through increased milk production.
The Agricultural Growth Program-Livestock Market Development (AGP-LMD) is a five-year project funded by the U.S. Government’s Feed the Future (FTF) Initiative as part of the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) contribution to the Government of Ethiopia’s Agricultural Growth Program (AGP). The AGP’s goal “to end poverty and enhance growth” aligns with FTF’s goal… Read more »
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