Women making flower arrangements (© Irene Mositol/AWE)

AWE alumna advances organic farming in Malaysia

A businesswoman in Malaysia credits the U.S. Academy for Women Entrepreneurs with helping her focus her business. Now she is helping others.
Man smiling while holding fishing trap (Joaquim Cheupe/USAID)

Innovations that help increase the world’s food supply

Food producers are devising new ways to grow, catch and preserve food. See how the U.S. supports these efforts to reduce hunger.
Butterflies on flowers (Courtesy of Pollinator Partnership)

Planting to help pollinators becomes popular in the U.S.

From farms to college campuses, more and more Americans are planting bee-friendly gardens, lawns, orchards and public spaces.
High view looking down on Heidi Kühn standing with arms crossed in vineyard (© Roots of Peace)

World Food Prize laureate turns ‘mines to vines’

Heidi Kühn, winner of this year's World Food Prize, transforms heavily mined areas into sustainable farmland. Learn why she does this work.
Anapidédé Kibandou Betema harvesting crops (© Theodore Tossim)

Women farmers in Togo find success working together

After struggling to find work, Anapidédé Kibandou Betema turned her garden into a business. See how the U.S. assists entrepreneurs.
Worker wearing orange hard hat holding roll of cable at power plant (© Evgeniy Maloletka/AP)

U.S., Ukraine launch rebuilding initiative

Learn about the recent U.S.-Ukraine Partnership Forum, held in Washington, and what it means for the future of Ukraine.
Woman smiling in field (© One Acre Fund)

Helping Africa’s small farmers access credit, improve yields

The One Acre Fund, a U.S. government partner, helps African farmers access fertilizer to increase profits and feed their families.
Three smiling women holding coffee cherries and branches (© Blake Dunlop/Root Capital)

Helping Indonesian coffee growers thrive

Coffee farmers across Indonesia, especially women farmers, face challenges getting credit. Learn about some U.S.-backed programs that help.
Lasu Jacob and Victor Mora holding plastic buckets of produce in farm field (Courtesy of Raleigh City Farm)

African community leaders take home lessons from U.S.

The Community Engagement Exchange program provides emerging civil society leaders with the tools and resources they need to succeed.