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Grantee Database

This database contains a representative list of grants approved since 2004. Grants appear alphabetically by organization name, with most recent grants first. Unless otherwise specified, grants are for general operating support.
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International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics

Bamako
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for Sustainable Seed Supply: Farmer Managed Seed Marketing Initiatives for Sorghum and Pearl Millet in Mali, Burkina Faso, and Niger. Partners: Clarisse Barro (INERA), Issoufou Kapran (INRAN), Amadou Sidibe (IER), Eva Weltzien-Rattunde (ICRISAT).

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $425,000

International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics

Niamey
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Statistical Training for the CCRP West Africa Community of Practice

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2008
Grant Amount: $47,700

for Farmer Participatory Improvement of Sorghum and Pearl Millet Genetic Resources for Increased Adaptation to Diverse Production Environments in West Africa. Partners: Ramadjita Tabo (ICRISAT-Niger), Boubacar Traore (IER), Clarisse Barro (INERA)...more

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $606,760

International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics

Hyderabad Telangana
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for the project, Enhancing Productivity and Competitiveness of Groundnut-based Cropping Systems in Malawi by Developing and Deploying Labor Saving and Drudgery Reducing Technologies in the Groundnut Value Chain

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2015
Grant Amount: $300,000

for the project, Niger Seed Systems Project for Pearl Millet and Legumes

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $432,000

for the project, Sustainable Large-Scale Biological Control of the Millet Head Worm in the Sahel

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $158,000

for the project, New Varieties and Management Systems to Improve Productivity, Food Security and Safety and Market Competitiveness

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $762,000

for the project, Dual-Purpose Sorghum and Cowpeas: Opening the Window for Crop-Livestock Intensification by Combining Grain and Improved Crop Residues

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $80,000

for the project, Seeds to Reach Farmers in Specific Target Area: Supporting Farmer Organizations to Disseminate More Seed in Their Local Target Areas, and Studying Why What Works for Whom

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $740,000

for the project Innovative Communication Media and Methods for More Effective Aflatoxin Mitigation, Variety Uptake, and Use Interventions in Groundnut in Malawi and Tanzania

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $65,000

for the project An Be Jigi II: Enhancing Bioavailability of Iron and Zinc in Varieties of Sorghum and Pearl Millet Consumed in Mali

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $140,000

for the project Innovative Communication Media and Methods for More Effective Aflatoxin Mitigation, Variety Uptake, and Use Interventions in Groundnut in Malawi and Tanzania

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $30,000

for the project Groundnut Varieties Improvement for Yield and Adaptation, Human Health, and Nutrition

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $678,500

for the project Assessing and Refining the Concept of Dynamic Genepool Management and Simultaneous Farmer-Participatory Population Improvement in Pearl Millet and Sorghum

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $460,000

for the project Sustaining Farmer-Managed Seed Initiatives for Sorghum and Pearl Millet in Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $567,000

for the project Enhancing Child Nutrition and Livelihoods of Rural Households in Malawi and Tanzania Through Post-Harvest Value-Chain Technology Improvements in Groundnuts

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $175,000

Assessing Occurrence and Distribution of Aflatoxins in Malawi

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2008
Grant Amount: $74,000

to purchase two vehicles for the project entitled Developing Short- and Medium-duration Groundnut Varieties With Improved Yield Performance, Acceptable Market Traits, and Resistance to Foliar Diseases

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2007
Grant Amount: $70,000

Developing Short- and Medium-duration Groundnut Varieties With Improved Yield Performance, Acceptable Market Traits, and Resistance to Foliar Diseases

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $425,000