It is a moral outcry that almost 1 billion people go hungry to bed every night. At the same time climate change has devastating effects on our food production woldwide. The only solution is to double our food production in a climate smart way.
Adapting to the negative impacts of climate change is a pressing challenge for anyone engaged in the agricultural sector. Smallholder farmers are particularly vulnerable to these changes such as erratic weather patterns, increased water shortages, shorter growing seasons, and changes in plant and animals diseases and agricultural pests.Read More about Four Questions About Climate Smart Agriculture in Malawi
Today, the Clinton Development Initiative (CDI) and the Salida Capital Foundation Partnership for Sustainable Development, in conjunction with FBSciences, announced that as a result of agricultural programs in Malawi, the average income of local farmers has doubled over two years. Since the formation of the...Read More about Helping Malawian Farmers Improve Incomes and Crop Production
In 2008, the Clinton Development Initiative (CDI) introduced the Anchor Farm business development project in the Mchinji District of Malawi. At the time, smallholder farmers in Mchinji were struggling to make ends meet, following the decline of the...Read More about Transforming Communities and Policy in Malawi
When President Clinton signed the African Growth and Opportunity Act into law in 2000, he ushered in a new era of relations between the U.S. and the countries of Sub-Saharan Africa. As a result of AGOA, the U.S. engagement on the continent is no longer solely predicated on a donor-recipient relationship...Read More about AGOA and the Emerging African Market