When Enid Mauluka started to make peanut butter in a home kitchen four years ago, she didn’t really think she was making a product to sell at the market. She just wanted a spread that wasn’t as sweet as the products she could buy at her local markets in Blantyre, Malawi, one that she could also use in recipes.
Mark Manary has spent much of his career treating malnourished kids in Africa and helped create a supplement that more than doubled their chance of recovery.
UGA student Esther Yeboah Akoto is showing farmers in her home country of Ghana that they don’t need to invest in expensive chemicals to compost away aflatoxin.
Feed the Future will hold a panel discussion and webinar on 14 December to explore seed system development in Africa. According to an announcement of the event, Feed the Future recently “unearthed powerful findings on how to make systems for producing and delivering breeder and foundation seed work better.” “This...
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