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Feed the Future Sep 15
This Week, we are celebrating women around the world who are overcoming barriers and ending hunger. Tune in Sept 16-20 for their stories and share your own using & .
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Feed the Future Sep 12
Have questions about women’s empowerment and global food security? Use and to submit questions for our Week Twitter Chat on Sept 18 at 11 AM EDT!
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Feed the Future 5h
Since began, 8.2 million more women are living in households that are not hungry. Learn how we are working with women to .
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Feed the Future 1h
Learn more about how 's Advancing Women's Empowerment program is unleashing .
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USAID Soy Lab Sep 16
Ethel Reuben sells soy milk and yogurt to members of her local community. Ethel makes soy dairy products in her own home using soybeans farmed from her own land and a SoyaKit provided by the Malawi Ag Diversification Activity.
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InterAction 2h
"Growing up in , I witnessed firsthand how hunger and poverty can devastate communities." Philomin, a young scientist, is working with the to translate research into impact ⬇⬇⬇
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Feed the Future Sep 18
A2: When women are economically empowered, they re-invest in their families & communities & create a multiplier effect that promotes global benefits & stability. unleashes to & build resilience.
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InterAction 4h
What's the link between empowering women and ending 🌍hunger? This week, read our blog about the history of Feed the Future and how women are at the forefront of food aid today👇
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Feed the Future Sep 13
Week is next week! We are highlighting women around the world who are transforming lives. Keep up with all of our planned events, conversations, and the launch of our annual Progress Snapshot via & .
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Feed the Future Sep 15
Don't miss the Twitter Chat! We are joining our partners to discuss why women's empowerment matters so much for ending hunger. Tune in & share your thoughts using & on Wednesday, Sept. 18 at 11 am EDT.
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Feed the Future Sep 17
now has a page! Connect with us to keep up with or share the latest stories, tools, and calls for proposals aimed at building a more food-secure, nutritious and resilient world.
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USAID Soy Lab Sep 18
Algo Eunice, a female fabricator from Lira, Uganda, is the youngest thresher fabricator trained by SIL to-date. Want to learn more about SIL's Multi-Crop Thresher? Register for our upcoming webinar!
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Wheat Genomics Lab 24h
PhD candidate and Beachell-Borlaug Scholar, works on genomic selection models for end-use quality in the breeding program.
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NAPPMSUSCHOLAR Sep 12
Cross section Farmers' Motorcycles at Edu (Kwara State)
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Feed the Future Sep 18
When women advance, it has a ripple effect throughout their families and communities. unleashes by empowering women with access to key resources.
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HarvestPlus Sep 16
Today marks day one of week and we are delighted to highlight Ruhweza Paccy, a farmer and peer of HarvestPlus Uganda. Her work empowers women by helping them gain access to nutrition through biofortification.
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NAPPMSUSCHOLAR Sep 12
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AIARD Sep 18
Join this Twitter chat to discuss the role of women's in !
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NAPPMSUSCHOLAR Sep 12
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USAID Soy Lab Sep 17
Florence's leadership has been pivotal in the development and submission of three new soybean varieties. These new soybean varieties will soon be available to farmers across Malawi helping to increase yields nationwide.
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