Amalima Learning Website is Live!

CNFA’s USAID-funded Amalima Program has launched a collaborative learning website to showcase successful project milestones, approaches and studies gathered from the program’s seven years of implementation. The website contains videos, studies, infographics and training modules on topics such as youth and gender with the aim to help other development practitioners learn and build on the success of Amalima.

View the new learning site here. 

Amalima was a seven-year (2013 – 2020), $60 million, USAID Food for Peace-funded program that aimed to sustainably improve household food security by increasing agricultural productivity, enhancing community resilience to economic and climatic shocks, and improving nutrition and health among pregnant and lactating women and children under two.