Winrock is excited to partner with USAID on the Feed the Future Asia Innovative Farmers project to support smallholder farmers, increase incomes and improve food security in Asia.
This year, the USAID Farmer-to-Farmer program celebrates 30 years of implementation around the world. Winrock's volunteer staff recently reflected on the spirit of the program and what makes it so special..
There are approximately 30 million children in Latin America involved in child labor. See what Winrock is doing, in partnership with JTI International and the International Labour Organization, to say "no" child labor, and "yes" to education.
New market opportunities for farmers: John Fisk, Director of the Wallace Center at Winrock International, blogs about the expansion of the GroupGAP program. Read more.
Thank you, Food Tank for including Winrock International in the 2015 Good Food Org Guide. Search the guide, or get a digital copy here.
What is the state of the food hub across the country? Join the National Good Food Network to learn the latest from an in-depth survey on food hubs in the U.S. Register today for the free webinar on Nov. 19.
A nascent coffee-producing industry is just starting to realize its potential in Myanmar. Winrock has partnered with USAID and the Coffee Quality Institute to support smallholder producers, particularly women and minorities, and help link them with competitive markets.
Are you interested in working at Winrock? Search current openings and post your resume. Would you like to volunteer with Winrock? Learn more about new opportunities for volunteers.
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