As farmers learn new techniques and use higher quality seed, they’re seeing more crops per acre and passing on new methods to others.
A CRS savings group helped participants grow funds and stimulate livelihoods to improve family resilience and self-reliance.
Following years of conflict and disruption, Sudanese farmers found new skills and knowledge help them restore devastated lands and livelihoods.
A CRS project enables migrants and returnees to improve their farms, businesses and children’s health.
Farmers in remote areas develop the expertise they need to improve crops, yields and their value in the market.
Farmers and pastoralists both suffer catastrophic losses after fields are stripped of crops by the voracious insects.
Tens of thousands of people are benefiting from improved agriculture practices, higher yields and increased income.
Through the U.S. Agency for International Development Farmer-to-Farmer program, volunteers share expertise with farmers, cooperatives, agriculture businesses and government agencies to help Rwanda increase productivity and incomes.
A CRS savings program helps build capital, access lending institutions and raise earnings.