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.

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

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Hydroponics Africa Simplified All-Inclusive Hydroponics Services

Kenya

Project Alba

Cambodia

Integrated Aquaculture and Crop Production – SkyFox Ltd

Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone

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SWFF Featured on USAID’s Global Water Blog

USAID’s Global Water’s Blog’s “Global Waters in Focus” series featured Securing Water for Food in a recent blog post. This occasional series takes a broader and more technical look at USAID water activities that have…

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SWFF Delivers Lessons Learned Seminar Series at USAID

The SWFF program believes that knowledge adds value and that learning should be promoted through sharing lessons learned. Over the life of the project, the SWFF TA Facility has been proactive in documenting our “doing…

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Dexis Hosts Webinar Discussing SWFF Performance Evaluation

On January 31st, Dexis Consulting Group hosted a webinar communicating their findings from phase I of their Performance Evaluation of SWFF. The Performance Evaluation, originally released in November 2018, sought to determine the extent to…

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WGI Featured in IWRA “Smart Water Management Case Study Report”

SWFF Innovator, Water Governance Institute (WGI), was recently featured in the International Water Resources Association’s (IWRA’s) “Smart Water Management (SWM) Case Study Report,” published in collaboration with K-water. WGI is a Uganda-based innovator which works…

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SWFF Seeks Student Field Evaluators for Summer Research Project ($5,000)

Securing Water for Food innovators have breakthrough solutions and innovations in the water-ag space that are improving the way water is being used for agriculture. SWFF seeks to understand innovator’s reach, barriers to adoption, and…

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

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