A Train-the-Trainers Approach to Improve Guinean Agriculture Education

Project Title: Guinea Agriculture Education and Market Improvement Program

A large percentage of Guineans lack food security and spend a sizable portion of their income on rice. To better meet the needs of its citizens and adapt to the impacts of climate change, Guinea’s agriculture sector must implement new technologies and modern land-management methods. This program focuses on building the capacity of local training and research institutions so that they become effective agents to share knowledge and transform the sector to become more productive and sustainable.

Funder: USAID
Project Start: 05/30/2013
Project End: 04/27/2018