Walmart, USAID Partnership To Help Farmers, Women, Youth

In a post in the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition blog, Sarah Thorn, senior director of federal government relations for Walmart and vice president of the Board of Directors for the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, writes about the recent signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Walmart and USAID to work together “on women’s economic empowerment, farmer training and sustainable agriculture, and vocational and youth skill training.” She writes, “We look forward to strengthening our partnerships with U.S. development programs as we continue to invest in emerging markets. We believe there will be new opportunities to leverage the Feed the Future initiative to assist more African farmers in providing for their families, serving as another effective example of just how much a difference public-private partnerships can make” (9/9).

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