The Food for Progress
Program is a cornerstone in USDA's efforts to support sustainable agricultural production in developing nations and promote agricultural trade.
Grains Council's Food for Progress
program in Iraq;
The Department of Agriculture's 2004 Food for Progress
program includes donations for 22 developing countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and Eastern Europe.
Deputy Agriculture Secretary Krysta Harden has announced two Food for Progress
agreements with Ghana's Minister of Food and Agriculture Fifi Kwetey to support agricultural development and trade within the Ghanian poultry industry.
The embassy statement said that through the Food for Progress
Program, the Foreign Agricultural Services Office at the U.
Land O'Lakes International Development recently launched a new USDA-funded Food for Progress
Program, as well as a "Buy Malawi" public awareness campaign designed to boost domestic demand for locally grown and processed farm products.
Department of Agriculture's Food for Progress
Program, the initiative focuses on Guatemala's agricultural extension agents and provides them with advanced technical skills and toolkits, including GPS systems, computer tablets, mobile internet devices and cellular phones with prepaid credits.
Department of Agricultures Food for Progress
Program for Pakistan and Afghanistan to help improve the sustainable development of their agricultural sectors, which will help provide the foundation on which the economies of the two countries can prosper and thrive.
The donation will be made under USDA's Food for Progress
program, administered by the department's Foreign Agricultural Service.
Department of Agriculture-funded Food for Progress
Program as well as a Buy Malawi public awareness campaign to boost domestic demand for locally grown and processed agricultural products.
Trego added that, within the last year, USDA has provided more than $145 million in international assistance under the Food for Progress
Program (FFPr), benefiting more than 3.
Deputy Agriculture Secretary Krysta Harden and Ghanaian Minister of Food and Agriculture Fifi Kwetey will announce two Food for Progress
agreements today to support agricultural development and trade within Ghana's poultry sector.