Digital Innovations to Improve Market Access

Digital Innovations to Improve Market Access for Horticultural Produce in Malawi Horticulture is a major source of income and nutrition for many households in Malawi. However, horticultural markets are fragmented and uncoordinated, and many small-scale farmers also have limited know-how to produce high-quality crops. This ALL-IN project addresses these challenges with information and communications technology […]

The Distributional Impacts of Large-Scale Land Transactions in Ethiopia

Large-scale land transactions in developing countries are intended to transform agricultural systems through domestic and foreign investments in commercialization. However, the welfare impacts these transactions have on local communities remains unclear. This ALL-IN project is measuring the impacts of large-scale land transactions in Ethiopia and identifying the communities and households who benefit and those who […]

Adapting to Climate Risk with Mutual Weather-Index Crop Insurance in Nigeria

While northern Nigeria is a critical agricultural region, rural families there face high risks related to climate change. Agricultural index insurance products tailored for the region’s predominantly Muslim farmers may promote resilience to weather shocks like drought or flood. A Feed the Future ALL-IN research team is developing and testing a Sharia-compliant takaful mutual insurance […]

Digital Literacy, Output Market Access, and Demand for Rural e-commerce in Nigeria

Linking smallholder farmers and markets in Sub-Saharan Africa is key to unlocking full agricultural potential in the region given its bulging population, poverty, urbanization and food security challenges. Farmers face poor road networks, price fluctuation and a lack of market information, all of which makes digital innovation a critical alternative way to link farmers to […]

Linking Financial and Agricultural Innovations for Women Farmers’ Resilience in Nigeria

Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa is dominated by smallholder farmers who have limited ways to cope with catastrophic droughts and other weather-related shocks. These challenges are particularly severe for women farmers in Nigeria and other developing countries where cultural norms and commercial practices limit their access to financial and insurance markets that could help them to […]

Strengthening the Resilience and Empowerment of Women Smallholder Farmers in Uganda

Rural women in developing countries tend to be poorer than men, produce less from farming and are much more vulnerable to an increasing risk of climate change. In Uganda, new ALL-IN research is testing a comprehensive approach to supporting women to improve their on-farm productivity, increase their resilience to shocks and enhance their overall empowerment. […]

Soil Testing for Soil Acidity Management on Smallholder Farms in Kenya

High soil acidity is a significant cause of low and stagnant agricultural productivity in Kenya, particularly for maize, which is the country’s main staple crop. Few small-scale farmers test their soils to make soil management decisions. This ALL-IN project is testing practical ways to encourage farmers to test their soils and to apply appropriate soil […]

Impact of Agro-Weather and Market Information on Productivity and Resilience in Farming Communities in Kenya

Timely and accurate information can empower small-scale farmers and pastoralists to take steps to adapt to climate change and secure resilient livelihoods. The Government of Kenya has launched a project that includes agro-weather and market advisories in an effort to promote the adoption of climate-smart approaches to enhancing productivity and building resilience. An ALL-IN research […]

Reducing Poverty among Women by Strengthening the Shea Value Chain in Northern Ghana

The shea value chain in Ghana is dominated by women, from picking shea nuts to processing them into commodities for a growing global market. Shea presents a powerful opportunity to address poverty and food insecurity, but a lack of credit as well as informal repayment contracts may keep producers from improvements in households welfare. This […]

Digital Communication to Reinforce Nutrition and Household Resilience in Northern Ghana

Nutrition is critical for children’s growth and development in rural areas in Africa where families face the additional risks of climate-related shocks like drought. This Feed the Future ALL-IN project tests whether nutrition-related messages by mobile phone reinforce the impacts of earlier development programming on families’ nutrition and resilience. The project’s broader goals are to […]

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