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March 22, 2022 - Marie-France Boucher

In CAR farmers plant maize and harvest peace

Supporting farmers and agricultural cooperatives in a post-conflict context is not what funders of international aid often consider a safe bet. But turning swords into ploughs can pave a sustainable path out of conflict for communities, as results from a project supported by the Enhanced Integrated Framework in four districts of the country show.

January 26, 2021 - Deanna Ramsay

With trade aims, Guinea looking to address agricultural potential

Guinea trying out south-south cooperation venture with Tunisia Trade in Guinea today centres mostly around the export of gold and bauxite, which is used to create aluminum. The country has the world’s largest deposits of the red rock, and aluminum prices are increasing.

January 19, 2021 - Deanna Ramsay

Changing mindsets, boosting farmer spirits in the Solomon Islands

A fresh style of training for agriculturalists addresses topics from creativity to financial literacy

June 16, 2020 - Michelle Kovacevic

David Laborde: How to help LDCs stay food secure through COVID-19

International Food Policy Research Institute (IFRPRI) Senior Research Fellow discusses the challenges and opportunities for food security in least developed countries amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

September 25, 2019 - Deanna Ramsay

Private sector development and international trade in The Gambia

The tiny West African country The Gambia is striving to export its crops globally.