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This project will improve the efficiency of agricultural extension services by scaling up enhanced information and communication technology-enabled (ICT) extension service models in Ghana.
Topic(s): Gender, TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Region(s): Ghana, Canada, United States
Total Funding: CA$ 1,500,000.00

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Small millets have superior nutritional qualities and climate resilience, but small millet production and consumption in many South Asian countries, such as India, remains low.
Topic(s): FOOD PRODUCTION, TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE, FOOD PROCESSING
Region(s): India
Total Funding: CA$ 1,463,389.00

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Despite the well-documented advantages of improved legume technologies, adoption is slow.
Topic(s): SMALL FARMS, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, TRAINING, MEDIA
Region(s): Tanzania
Total Funding: CA$ 1,419,670.00

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Access to farm inputs is difficult for most small farmers across sub-Saharan Africa.
Topic(s): SMALL FARMS, BUSINESS ORGANIZATION, Food security, Gender, RURAL AREAS, TRAINING
Region(s): Kenya, Canada, South of Sahara
Total Funding: CA$ 1,500,000.00

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This project aims to alleviate food insecurity and malnutrition in Colombia.
Topic(s): FOOD SECURITY, AGRICULTURE, PRIVATE SECTOR, MALNUTRITION, TRAINING
Region(s): Colombia
Total Funding: CA$ 1,463,757.00

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In eastern and southern Africa, most yogurt production is carried out by industries using large-scale fermentation technologies to target urban consumers.
Topic(s): SMALL FARMS, EVALUATION METHODS, Gender, MEDIUM SCALE INDUSTRY
Region(s): Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Canada, United States, South of Sahara
Total Funding: CA$ 1,450,504.00

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The Bolivian Amazon is home to many of South America's poorest and most food insecure people.
Topic(s): FOOD SECURITY, Gender, FISHERY MANAGEMENT, PRIVATE SECTOR, WOMEN MANAGERS
Region(s): Bolivia, Canada, South America, West Indies
Total Funding: CA$ 4,998,617.00

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Ethiopia has one of the highest prevalences of protein-calorie malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies in the world.
Topic(s): MALNUTRITION, FOOD SECURITY, Gender, FOOD TECHNOLOGY, MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH, WOMEN
Region(s): Ethiopia, Canada, North of Sahara, South of Sahara
Total Funding: CA$ 3,845,000.00

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Poor soil fertility and land degradation result in low production yields and quality for indigenous vegetables in West Africa.
Topic(s): FOOD SECURITY, FERTILIZERS, PRIVATE SECTOR, WATER MANAGEMENT
Region(s): Benin, Nigeria, Canada, South of Sahara
Total Funding: CA$ 5,000,000.00

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Household food insecurity, seasonal food shortages, and nutritional deficiencies among women and children are prevalent in Cambodia.
Topic(s): NUTRITION, FOOD SECURITY, Gender, DIET, FOOD PRODUCTION, FOOD SHORTAGE, WOMEN
Region(s): Cambodia, Canada, United States
Total Funding: CA$ 4,500,000.00

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