• F2F

    Strengthening rural economies through volunteer technical assistance

    Relying on the expertise of its volunteers, CNFA assisted over 20,000 individuals as part of the Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) program in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania.
  • ADA

    Generating employment opportunities in Georgia

    The Agribusiness Development Activity (ADA) provided $15.9 million worth of grants, leveraged over $20 million in private sector matching investments and fostered the creation of over 2,000 rural jobs.
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    Fostering economic growth in Pakistan

    The Pakistan Agribusiness Project (TAP) strengthens local capacity in the horticulture and livestock value chains through technical assistance and capacity building training.

    Creating a competitive livestock industry through value chain development

    In an effort to increase the productivity and competitiveness of livestock value chains in Ethiopia, CNFA is leading a consortium of 13 partners to implement the Agricultural Growth Program-Livestock Market Development (AGP-LMD).

Who We are

Global economic growth is critical to future stability, and private enterprise is one of the most potent engines of development. CNFA's mission is to stimulate economic growth and improve rural livelihoods in the developing world by empowering the private sector. Watch our Brand Video to better understand who we are, our core capabilities, and our mission. Click here to visit our YouTube channel.

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The Free University Training Center of Bazaleti hosted a three-day training for agribusiness representatives. USAID’s Restoring Efficiency through Agriculture Production (REAP) program organized the event with a Consortium of Free University and the Agricultural University. The training provided attendees from over 21 agricultural businesses with detailed information on the benefits and requirements for Deep and […]

2Workers demonstrate how the livestock grinder works

The U.S. Government, through the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) Agricultural Growth Program-Livestock Market Development activity, today held a ribbon cutting ceremony to open a livestock feed manufacturing facility financed, in part, through a USAID grant to Ethio-Feed PLC.

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Success Stories

Following the death of her husband 27 years ago, Parvin Aziz, was uncertain of her family’s future.  In Bangladesh, widows face social and economic hardships and often remain dependent on male family members or children for their livelihoods.  Every day Parvin dreamed of a better life in which she could provide for her two children.  […]