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USAID Sponsored Innovation Lab to Improve Chickpea Production Launched in Ethiopia

The new Chickpea Innovation Lab is the latest of 23 USAID-funded Innovation Labs awarded under Feed the Future, the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative. Led by UC Davis, the new research consortium includes, in addition to the EIAR, the University of Southern California, Florida International University, and Turkey’s Harran University.

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USAID and DuPont Announce Commitment to Increase Farmer Productivity and Food and Nutrition Security

The USAID and DuPont MOU builds upon a partnership where in places like Ethiopia and Ghana we are working together to improve the maize value chain to improve the productivity and income of at least 35,000 smallholder farmers in each country through the adoption of new technologies. Additionally, Asia and Latin America are also earmarked for initiatives.

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Government of Ethiopia Partners with the G8 to Improve Land Governance

The partnership represents the continuation of the commitments made under the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition, an effort by African heads of state, corporate leaders and G8 members to increase food security and nutrition in sub-Saharan Africa, and takes note of the African Union Declaration on Land Issues and Challenges.

USAID Kicks Off School Milk Day Events

World Milk Day is celebrated in many countries in the world in the month of September. It is a fun-filled day of activities that highlight the health and nutritional benefits of milk and milk products to children and adults. Since September 2000, the event has grown to become an annual celebration in more than 40 countries around the world including Ethiopia.

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