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The Program is meant to stimulate the growth of women and youth-owned enterprises in the agribusiness sector. While the rollout of this program has been slowed down by the spread of COVID-19, there is hope and opportunity.
Water and Energy for Food: A Grand Challenge for Development (WE4F) Call for Innovations is now open to address barriers to enable the production of more food with efficient and sustainable usage of water and energy along the value chain from farming to end-users.
The U.S. African Development Foundation (USADF) invites applications from registered African agricultural cooperatives and enterprises for grant financing. Grants will support solutions that increase revenues, create jobs, improve farmer incomes, and achieve sustainable market-based growth.
Funds are available to support projects that empower previously marginalized women working in agricultural cooperatives to use innovative technical and entrepreneurial approaches to mitigate the impacts of climate change, increase profitability, and protect against food insecurity.
The fund supports technology solutions from different fields, as long as they benefit vulnerable populations, including but not limited to, agriculture, water, and energy.