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  1. Seeds of Change: Growing Hill Maize Sustainably in Nepal ...

    ... are consequently trapped in a cycle of extreme ... It also encourages crop rotation and intercropping of ... and vegetables (high value crops such as ...

    https://www.usaid.gov/global-waters/march-2015/seeds-of-change

  2. Agricultural Learning Exchange for Asian Regional ...

    ... save money while protecting crops and the ... technologies that help increase crop production. ... Examples include: bicycle irrigation pumps that reduce ...

    https://www.usaid.gov/asia-regional/fact-sheets/agricultural-learning-exchange-asian-regional-networking

  3. The Mile Between the Market and the Farm | US Agency for ...

    ... and broker the sale of crops to interested ... have been trapped in a cycle of humanitarian ... started business services such as crop spraying, irrigation ...

    https://www.usaid.gov/news-information/frontlines/economic-growth/mile-between-market-and-farm

  4. Working in Crises and Conflict | South Sudan | US Agency for ...

    ... help displaced and other conflict-affected people plant crops and meet ... the foundation for healing and reconciliation by breaking cycles of violence. ...

    https://www.usaid.gov/south-sudan/working-crises-and-conflict

  5. Our Neighbors, Ourselves: Guatemala's Chronic Malnutrition ...

    ... long-lasting positive effects and can help break the cycle of poverty. ... Even communities that produce crops such as carrots, onions, strawberries, or ...

    https://www.usaid.gov/news-information/frontlines/50-years-and-food-security/our-neighbors-ourselves-guatemala%E2%80%99s-chronic

  6. PROGRAM CYCLE GUIDANCE COMPLEXITY-AWARE ...

    ... of performance monitoring as practiced in the Program Cycle outweigh the ... The small-scale producer thinks primarily about her crop, buyers, and ...

    https://www.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/documents/1865/201sad.pdf

  7. Non-Timber Forest Products and Crop Wild Relatives

    ... often the forests are seen as harboring crop pests. Pollinating animals, eg, birds, bees, and bats, are essential for successful crops, especially fruits ...

    https://www.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/documents/1861/USAID%20mekong_arcc_theme_report_-_ntfps_and_cwrs-press.pdf

  8. Testimony by Deputy Assistant Administrator of the Bureau for ...

    ... to rainfall fluctuations than typical crop systems, and ... tree products and improving soil productivity for crops. ... an anomaly and more of a regular cycle. ...

    https://www.usaid.gov/news-information/congressional-testimony/testimony-deputy-assistant-administrator-bureau-africa-0

  9. Karen Freeman remarks at Kenya Horticulture ...

    ... to be done to break the vicious cycle of hunger ... and production of Kenya's crops and developing ... Horticulture represents the largest crop category by ...

    https://www.usaid.gov/kenya/speeches/karen-freeman-remarks-kenya-horticulture-competitiveness-conference

  10. Agriculture and Food Security | Nepal | US Agency for ...

    ... For example, 4,400 vegetable farmers increased their household incomes by more than 300 percent over several crop cycles as a result of ...

    https://www.usaid.gov/nepal/agriculture-and-food-security

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