Blog | Nov 7, 2017

How did the tiny country of the Netherlands become one of the most agriculturally productive countries? We visited to find out.

Matching sheer ingenuity with technological prowess, the Netherlands today is one of the world’s most agriculturally productive countries. Photo: Raj Ganguly
Results | Nov 7, 2017

Training has helped small scale farmers and entrepreneurs in The Gambia improve business skills and increase sales.

A farmer participating in the Growth & Competitiveness Project in The Gambia.
Video & Feature Story | Nov 5, 2017

A World Bank-supported program has helped thousands of farmers in northern Afghanistan boost fruit & vegetable production.

Zakia, a resident of Ulmarab village in Afghanistan, grows mushrooms and is the only self-employed woman in her village. Photo: Rumi Consultancy/ World Bank


Juergen Voegele

Senior Director, Food and Agriculture Global Practice, World Bank

Loraine Ronchi

Program Manager, Global Agribusiness

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