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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WASTE Stichting – Circular Economy

India

Hydroponics Africa Simplified All-Inclusive Hydroponics Services

Kenya

MimosaTEK

Vietnam

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Si Tech is Working to Improve Agriculture. It’s a Slow, Winding Road for the New Technology.

Conventional wisdom suggests that if you build a better mousetrap, customers will beat a path to your door. Si Technologies, a Dutch agricultural company, has found it is somewhat more complicated. Despite the fact that…

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Meeting a Food Crises with Crop Innovation and Helping the Rohingya Refugees Help Themselves

Nazmul Chowdhury is no stranger to the growing practice of disaster risk reduction, with much of the various crises calling for growing more food with less water. Working with the international NGO Practical Action, Chowdhury…

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SkyFox To Raise Capital Through IPO

SkyFox Ltd., a small capital markets initiative, sells Ghanaian farmers shares in fish production cooperatives to aid in increasing farm yields through nutrient irrigation and in feeding the population. Now the company is stepping up…

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SWFF TA Facility Seeks 2019 Fall Semester Virtual Intern

Washington, DC — The Securing Water for Food (SWFF) Technical Assistance Facility, a global, government-funded incubator-accelerator that serves SWFF innovators, seeks candidates for its 2019 Fall Semester Virtual Internship, a position that provides a valuable,…

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SWFF Highlights Innovator Poverty, Gender, and Water Impact

Securing Water for Food has published three new documents that 1) detail SWFF’s specific support to innovators, and 2) feature select innovator achievements and successes (e.g., number of end-users reached, how many hectares of farmland…

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

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