A billion people don't have enough to eat.

SWFF sources and accelerates innovations that enable the production of more food with less water and/or make more water available.

21098472
USD Matching Funds
35
# of Countries Where SWFF Innovators Operate
6000444
Tons of Food Produced with SWFF funds

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MimosaTEK

Vietnam

Bhungroo – Naireeta Services

India

Integrated Aquaculture and Crop Production – SkyFox Ltd

Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone

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Peter Chege: Hydroponics Africa Expanding to Fit Growing Need

It’s not a stretch to label Peter Chege the equivalent of the legendary Johnny Appleseed of sub-Saharan Africa due to hydroponics installations cropping up wherever he goes. He’s providing nourishment and marketable crops in water-starved regions,…

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Pivoting to Survive in South Africa: An Unusual Innovation Finds A Way

Business is a bumpy road with twists and turns. No one knows this better than Dr. Muthoni Masinde, who has a proven record of predicting drought in a region where dry conditions cause 70 percent…

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In Djibouti, the Impossible Takes Just a Little Longer Says Hydroponics Entrepreneur, Peter Chege

There is some controversy around the origin of the term: “The difficult we do immediately. The impossible takes a little longer.” But when it comes to sub-Saharan Africa, Peter Chege owns it. Chege is CEO…

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Naireeta Services Presents Bhungroo Innovation to the President of India

When the President of India wanted to discover best practices in innovations, his experts scoured the land. It’s not surprising that Naireeta Services’ “bhungroo invention” was front and center. Biplab Ketan Paul, a director of the…

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Sales: Where the Rubber Meets the Road

Sales strategist Matt Seitz figuratively parachutes into developing markets in places like Bangladesh and Cambodia and advises them against being the stereotype of a used car salesman. Consultants like Seitz represent a vital link between…

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Approximately 70% of women work in agriculture in low-income, food-deficit countries.

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