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USAID provides a series of knowledge products to help global mission staff better integrate agricultural finance into mission activity within the context of the U.S. Government's Global Food Security Strategy (GFSS).
Marketlinks, Agrilinks, and the Feed the Future Enabling Environment for Food Security (EEFS) project hosted a joint webinar on Thursday, February 6, 2020, examining the enabling environment for agricultural market systems in fragile contexts.
USAID’s EAT project led to the development of SeedCLIR. The data-driven tool was designed to enable countries to assess critical seed sector weaknesses, undertake targeted seed sector reforms and effectively gauge the performance of reform activities over time.
This Seed Commercial, Legal, and Institutional Reform study examines the enabling environment for seed across six provinces in eastern DRC. In assessing an informal seed sector in a fragile country context, the study holds key lessons for USAID resilience discussions.
This is the third post in a series exploring how a partnership facility can work as an interface between donor-funded programs and their private-sector partners, and how the partnerships that emerge can be an engine driving systemic change.
To overcome challenges experienced when making cash payments in their Aponjon program, Dnet decided to transition to mobile financial services (MFS) with support from USAID’s Mobiles Solutions Technical Assistance and Research (mSTAR) project, implemented by FHI 360. This document compares the difference in the payment process between cash and mobile.
On May 17, 2011, The U.S. Department of State, The United States Agency for International Development, United States Trade and Development Agency, and Migration Policy Institute convened to launch the International Diaspora Engagement Alliance (IdEA) at the Secretary's Global Diaspora Forum.
A value chain includes all the actors that participate in bringing a product or service from its conception to its end use in the market, as well as the extent and type of relationships between these actors. Value chain development involves strengthening these product-to-market systems. The objective is to increase productivity and trade, and, ultimately, economic returns for small producers and businesses.