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  • Women peanut farmers in Ghana work with PMIL to test new varieties and growing techniques.
    Women peanut farmers in Ghana work with PMIL to test new varieties and growing techniques.
  • David Okello (center) works to create improved peanut varieties in Uganda.
    David Okello (center) works to create improved peanut varieties in Uganda.
  • Ethiopian researcher Abdi Hassen works to isolate different lines of the fungus that makes aflatoxin.
    Ethiopian researcher Abdi Hassen works to isolate different lines of the fungus that makes aflatoxin.
  • University of Zambia students researching new peanut butters
    University of Zambia students researching new peanut butters
  • Value chain connects profitability with aflatoxin prevention practice.
    Value chain connects profitability with aflatoxin prevention practice.

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Share opinions on food policy with IFPRI Posted by on Jan 12, 2017

The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) is surveying people across the globe on the state of policies addressing food and nutrition security and urbanization. The results of the survey will appear in the report “2017 Global Food Policy Report,” which will be published in March and available for free...

Help set Feed the Future priorities for variety development Posted by on Jan 12, 2017

Feed the Future and USAID is soliciting feedback from the research community about opportunities to accelerate progress in breeding programs for important crops such as peanut, common beans, cassava, and banana. Advancement may take advantage of opportunities offered by genomics tools and other cutting-edge technologies that could be applied to...

Do your photos tell the story of FtF? Posted by on Jan 10, 2017

Do you have a winning photograph in your camera? Feed the Future is taking entries through this month for its annual global photo contest. Photos help tell the story of how Feed the Future is helping millions of farmers and their families build a better life through improved food security...


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