UN SDG #2 Zero Hunger UN SDG #2
UN SDG #1 No Poverty UN SDG #1

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Achieving food security through knowledge sharing

Sharing knowledge about agricultural practices, especially with developing countries and farms, is a responsible practice that helps reduce waste and poverty, and provides a brighter future for all as the world faces a food shortage crisis and overpopulation.

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Achieving food security through knowledge sharing

Sharing knowledge about agricultural practices, especially with developing countries and farms, is a responsible practice that helps reduce waste and poverty, and provides a brighter future for all as the world faces a food shortage crisis and overpopulation.
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By using a knowledge-driven approach to food security and development, farmers and scientists can extend the impact of learning and innovation from agricultural research and practice. The aim is to improve agricultural development outcomes around the world.

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Agrilinks promotes knowledge flow among organisations working on agricultural development issues. Agrilinks captures new learning in food security and agricultural development, disseminates it among practitioners, USAID staff, and other donors, and connects them.

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