USAID, Corteva Agriscience Sign MoU To Help African Smallholder Farmers, Advance Feed The Future, Private Sector Goals

Devex: USAID, Corteva sign memorandum as part of private sector engagement strategy
“The United States Agency for International Development and Corteva Agriscience signed a memorandum of understanding to expand collaboration on scaling agricultural technology to smallholder farmers in Africa, as part of the agency’s focus on increasing private sector partnerships. USAID Administrator Mark Green said the five-year partnership will allow both Feed the Future — the U.S. government’s global hunger and food security initiative — and Corteva to make progress toward goals they wouldn’t be able to reach alone…” (Welsh, 11/14).

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