Good Soil: Strengthening Support for Small-Scale Farmers
Nearly one person in nine in the world doesn’t get enough to eat, and farmers make up for than 70 percent of those who are hungry. Investing in agriculture in developing countries, especially small-scale farmers, can reduce poverty and hunger, improve health and nutrition, empower women, benefit the environment, and build inclusive economies that set people on the path to a more prosperous future.
Throughout the Good Soil campaign, we will be publishing papers and infographics on each of these effects of investing in agricultural development.
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