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Hardworking Hope: Family Farmers Transform Markets

Agriculture for Children’s Empowerment, an activity under the FIELD-Support LWA’s STRIVE program, has introduced the Farmer Financial Diary tool which is helping farmers get a leg up by teaching them to better manage their farms as businesses.

Project Snapshot: Testing the Graduation Model in Ethiopia

REST implements the Targeting the Ultra Poor (TUP) project, which seeks to determine whether it is possible to help the ultra-poor graduate to a level of self-sufficiency, in particular to a level where they can benefit from microfinance services.

ICT and AG Profile: Mace Foods' M-Pesa

M-Pesa allows customers to deposit and withdraw money, transfer money to other users and non-users, pay bills, and purchase airtime, all through a network of agents that includes airtime resellers and retail outlets acting as banking agents.

ICT and AG Profile: Kilimo Salama

Kilimo Salama—which means “safe farming” in Kiswahili—offers smallholder farmers access to micro-insurance against either drought or excessive rains.

ICT and AG Profile: MoBiashara

Mobile platform enables farmers in Nigeria to purchase goods and services directly via their phone using SMS, interactive voice response (IVR), or mobile web.

MFI Networks | Case Study

The microRISK Alliance has formulated the following real world case studies which serve to illustrate the positive impact of the MRA Principles in action. This case study focused on a small network of 5 MFIs across Latin America, with its headquarters in the U.S.

African Diaspora Marketplace - Investment Interest Survey

This initial survey is the first step in a larger study that is being conducted by the George Washington University's Center for International Business Education and Research and its Diaspora Capital Investment Project on the African Diaspora Marketplace and its participants.

FACET Factsheet

FACET is a TA mechanism designed to help Missions use ICTs to improve the impact of their agriculture projects.

PRODEL Factsheet

PRODEL improves livelihoods by supporting the expansion of private enterprises that have the potential to generate income.

ICT and Ag Profile: Manobi

Manobi has developed a range of mobile and web-based applications focused on improving weaknesses in value chains.