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Young leaders in developing countries committed to farming as a science and a business

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Food security in developing countries through improved agriculture production and value chains

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I Believe in a Poverty-Free Future: A faith born not of words, but of deeds

March 27th, 2017, AgriCorps

You all know poverty. You’ve seen it on TV; you’ve seen it in your region’s city center; you’ve seen it in rural areas; or maybe you’re living in it. The majority of the world’s population live in poverty–3 billion people live on less than $1.25 per day. Even I, growing up in an affluent and […]

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The Young Tomato Seller

March 17th, 2017, AgriCorps

As I walked down the dusty road towards the AgriCorps house I could hear the young children playing before I could see them. It was the first week back in school after the winter holidays and the students at the Tamale International School were running, swinging and catching up with their friends. Because this is […]

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A PICS Bag Half Full

March 10th, 2017, AgriCorps

She skips across the compound to a door hanging half off the hinges and motions for us to come over. Three women crowd through the narrow doorframe into a dimly lit room. The room is filled with corn cobs stripped of their golden kernels, pots, pans, gifts amassed from past visitors, but her eyes fix […]

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