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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.
337 results found

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

International Institute of Tropical Agriculture

Cotonou

for the project Integrated Management of Millet Head Borer to Increase Pearl Millet Production in the Sahel (GIMEM)

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $37,000

International Livestock Research Institute

Nairobi

to support Ph.D. program student training in the department of Biology and Biotechnology at Addis Ababa University

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $77,500

International Potato Center

Lima

for the project, Understanding Potato Seed Degeneration in Ecuador

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2017
Grant Amount: $180,000

for the project, Understanding Potato Seed Degeneration in Ecuador

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $108,000

for the project, Regional Meeting of Nonconventional Seed Systems - Ecuador 2011

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $54,000

for the project Strengthening Native Potato Seed Systems in Bolivia, Ecuador, and Peru

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $352,000

International Rivers Network

Berkeley CA
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to support work on defending the livelihoods and rights of Mekong communities impacted by hydropower development and inform decisions on future projects

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2017
Grant Amount: $200,000

to support work on defending the livelihoods and rights of Mekong communities impacted by hydropower development

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $225,000

to support the Mekong Program

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $225,000

to expand support to a network of groups working for Mekong River conservation and to oppose destructive hydropower projects in Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $140,000

for an advocacy/policy project aimed at protecting the rights, natural resource base, and livelihoods of people impacted by hydropower projects in Laos

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $150,000

for an advocacy project aimed at protecting the rights, natural resource base, and livelihoods of people affected by hydropower projects in Laos

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2005
Grant Amount: $50,000

J.F. Kapnek Charitable Trust

Lafayette CA

to develop pre-school education in Zvimba Province, Zimbabwe, that will free women to pursue training, farming, and business opportunities

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $45,000

Jalamba Organic Processors and Training Centre

Kampala

to support sustainable organic farming through training, farm inputs, and other support

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $75,000

to increase household incomes and food security on the islands of Bussi and Bunjako in Uganda by introducing cash crops of fruit and vegetables along with animal husbandry

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $70,000

to increase household incomes and food security on the islands of Bussi and Bunjako in Uganda by introducing cash crops of fruit and vegetables, with animal husbandry

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2008
Grant Amount: $50,000

Japan International Volunteer Center

Tokyo

to support community forest and natural resource management in Savannakhet, Lao P.D.R

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2017
Grant Amount: $125,000

to strengthen indigenous communities’ land rights and their capacity to protect and sustainably manage their land and natural resources

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2015
Grant Amount: $117,000

to support food security and improving livelihoods through sustainable agriculture and community based natural resource management

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $100,000

to support a second phase of a community forestry project in south-central Laos

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $84,000

for a community land and forestry livelihoods improvement project in central Laos

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2008
Grant Amount: $100,000

Jatropha Products Tanzania Limited

Arusha

to expand a pilot project in women's income generation to five regions through the promotion of Jatropha and utilization and marketing of products derived from this plant in Tanzania

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2007
Grant Amount: $150,000

Jimma University

Jimma

for the project, Indigenous Bio-Fertilizer Development for Agro-Ecological Intensification of Sustainable Enset-Legume-Cereal Production in South and Southwestern Ethiopian Smallholder Farming System

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $78,000

Jozani Environmental Conservation Association

Zanzibar

to establish dairy goat rearing and backyard chicken farming in villages surrounding the Jozani and Chwaka Bay National Park, in Zanzibar, Tanzania

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2007
Grant Amount: $40,000

For a variety of income-generating and conservation activities for women living adjacent to the protected areas in Zanzibar

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2004
Grant Amount: $25,000

Kabarole Research Centre

Kampala

to strengthen the relationship between micro financing and produce marketing in Micro Finance Associations for improved access to market opportunities for increased incomes

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $85,000

to build the capacity of microfinance associations in western Uganda

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $150,000

to develop rural savings and loan associations in western Uganda

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $175,000

Kansas State University

Manhattan KS

Strengthening Agro Ecological Intensification and Farmer Research Network Participation at the Sorghum in the 21st Century Global Conference

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2017
Grant Amount: $33,000

for the project, Pilot Project of One Handheld Per Breeder

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $70,000