2019

Selina Akiru of Northern Kenya is the pure definition of resilience. A mother of eight and a member of the Moruese community in Kenya’s arid Turkana County, she had often […]
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It is estimated that 7.1 million people in South Sudan will require some kind of humanitarian or development assistance in 2019, with 5.7 million of these people in need of […]
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On October 3 2019 in Dakar, Senegal, the Africa Lead Senegal Learning Event brought together a cross-section of stakeholders who share a common interest in the agricultural food sector and […]
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South Sudan’s Partnership for Resilience and Recovery (PfRR) was formed among local stakeholders and international organizations to bring a “new way of working” that shifts focus from “meeting needs” to […]
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USAID’s Partnership for Resilience and Economic Growth (PREG) facilitated an Annual Learning Event in Isiolo, Samburu, and Marsabit counties from 18 to 23 of August 2019. The event engaged a […]
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During a recent three-day workshop in the Kedougou Region of Senegal, local governance planning stakeholders donned what was figuratively called a “nutrition lens” to look for new ways to make […]
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Location: Juba, South Sudan with travels to other target regionsPeriod of Performance: September – October 2019 Background: Africa Lead (AL) is the USAID Feed the Future program designed to strengthen […]
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Location: Juba, South Sudan with travels to other target regionsPeriod of Performance: September – October 2019 Background: Africa Lead (AL) is the USAID Feed the Future program designed to strengthen […]
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Despite harmonized policies, cross-border seed trade is still lagging behind. There is a significant discrepancy between what is stated in harmonized policies and the actual seed certification and border procedures […]
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Facilitative leadership, which has increasingly become the leadership style of choice in corporations worldwide, is now proving essential to effective development policies and programs throughout the African continent. This was […]
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