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Multi-donor initiative launches a multi-million dollar prize competition to reduce GHG emission in Vietnam

February 17, 2017
On Friday, February 17, AgResults officially launched the Vietnam GHG Emissions Reduction Pilot in Thai Binh City, Vietnam. The project aims to decrea

Despite Violence, Nigeria Pilot Continues to Serve Smallholders

February 13, 2017
Over the past few months, increased violence in the northern and central regions of Nigeria has hindered AgResults activities in the West African coun

External Evaluator: Uganda’s Legume Seed Market: The Role of Seed Quality and Estimating Farmer Adoption

February 11, 2017
The AgResults Uganda Pilot aims to incentivize national seed companies to produce and sell improved legume seeds, which have the potential to increase

Brucellosis in the Developing World: an interview with Jacques Godfroid

February 11, 2017
Later this month, the first round of applications will be judged for entry into AgResults’ Brucellosis Vaccine Prize competition. The US $30 mil

AgResults Launches its Uganda Legume Seed Pilot to Improve Access to Nutritious Legumes for Ugandans

February 03, 2017
On Thursday, February 2, AgResults officially launched its Uganda Legume Seed Pilot in order to improve access and availability of high-quality legume

Hope for Zambia to adopt orange maize and improve Vitamin A deficiency

December 13, 2016
On December 8, AgResults officially launched its Zambia Bio-fortified Maize Pilot in order to combat Vitamin A deficiency across the southern African

Bridging the gap: How innovation platforms are connecting farmers to markets

October 11, 2016
AgResults Nigeria Aflasafe™ Pilot linked maize aggregators (private sector actors who work to bring together – or aggregate – the ha

Creating stronger business: business capacity development for smallholder farmers in Nigeria

October 11, 2016
Through the AgResults Nigeria project, the governments of Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States and the Bill & Melinda Gates

Prize competition inspires development of affordable technologies for smallholder farmers in Kenya

October 11, 2016
Post-harvest grain losses in the developing world lead to lower incomes and food insecurity among smallholder farmers. This problem is particularly ac

A $30 million prize, a vaccine, and saving the livelihood of smallholder farmers

October 11, 2016
Because of the devastating effects of Brucellosis and the potential impact a vaccine could have on poverty reduction, food security and nutrition, AgR
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