IFDC in the News

Gatsibo Rice Farmers Get New Fertiliser Machines

Rice farmers in the Cooprico cooperative in Ntende village, Gatsibo District of Rwanda, have received 50 fertilizer application machines from IFDC.

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IFDC Featured on Farming First Website

IFDC's work in Bangladesh featured in Farming First article.

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Boosting African Farm Yields

February 20, 2014 – According to Dr. Amit Roy, IFDC president and CEO, increasing the efficient use of fertilizers is key to meeting CAADP goals.

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Game-Changing Technology for Cassava

January 17, 2014 – "Dutch processing technology is being used to solve the problem of transporting perishable cassava roots over long distances in Africa..." (Farmer's Weekly)

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Official Launch: Feed the Future USAID Agriculture Technology Transfer Project

November 21, 2013 – TAMALE, Ghana – The Feed the Future (FTF) USAID Agriculture Technology Transfer (ATT) project launched on Thursday, November 21, 2013, at the University for Development Studies in Dungu, near Tamale. The five-year, United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded project aims at increasing the availability of appropriate and affordable farming technologies to sustainably improve the competitiveness of the maize, rice and soya value chains in northern Ghana.

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