Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa

Founding Year: 2006


Budget: ~$91m

Dr. Agnes Kalibata (President)

An “alliance led by Africans with roots in farming communities across the continent.”  They try to supply African farmers with “uniquely African solutions designed to meet their specific environmental and agricultural needs, so they can sustainably boost production and gain access to rapidly growing agriculture markets.” Their work focuses “investments in Africa’s family farmers”. All their “work is conducted through partnerships—with farmers, farmer organizations, community leaders, agricultural researchers, national and local governments, businesses, civil society groups, philanthropies, international organizations and donor countries.” Through their intelligence the aim to influence and inspire “the trust of leaders, donors and partners to model better ways to implement, deliver and account for sustainable development in Africa.”




Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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