Leveraging Public-Private Sector Partnerships to Protect Georgian Hazelnut Crop

Leveraging Public-Private Sector Partnerships to Protect Georgian Hazelnut Crop

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In Georgia, CNFA works with Trécé Inc. – a U.S. company based in Oklahoma that produces pheromone traps and lures – and other public and private sector partners to help monitor the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) pest which threatens hazelnut and other crops across the country.

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Establishing Effective Partnerships to Control the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB)

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In Georgia, hazelnuts and other crops are under threat by the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB). Since 2016, USAID and CNFA have worked together to support the BMSB efforts of the Government of Georgia through the Restoring Efficiency to Agriculture Program (REAP), and today continue working together through the USAID Agriculture Program and the Georgia Hazelnut Improvement Project (G-HIP).

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USAID Agriculture Program Promotes Public-Private Partnerships, Supporting Local Supply Chains

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In collaboration with McDonald’s Georgia, our USAID Agriculture Program is promoting public-private partnerships to empower farmers and improve supply chains in Georgia. The USAID Agriculture Program supports farmers and agribusinesses by assisting the implementation of internationally recognized food safety standards and practices, promoting various agricultural producers and food processors to enhance their operations, and improving the safety and quality of Georgian-produced products contributing to increased demand on local and international markets.

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Feed the Future Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity (LADA): Faces of LADA

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Since 2015, CNFA has implemented the Feed the Future Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity (LADA), funded by USAID, with the aim of increasing the incomes of smallholder farmers and entrepreneurs throughout Liberia to expand access to and use of agricultural inputs, improve post-harvest handling activities, and streamline high-potential agricultural value chains.

The “Face of LADA” publication highlights success stories from LADA’s agrodealer strengthening program.

 

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Establishing Effective Partnerships to Control BMSB

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Enhancing Agriculture through Technology Transfer in Pakistan

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U.S.-Pakistan Partnership for Agricultural Market Development: Celebrating Four Years of Impact

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2018 Annual Report

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Click here to download CNFA’s 2018 Annual Report.

Citrus Sector Overview

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