AATF CURRENT AND PAST INVESTORS

We are grateful to our investors for their continued support that ensures that our commitment towards assisting small holder farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa access affordable agricultural technology to improve their lives is achieved.

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The US Agency for International Development (USAID), one of the original funders of AATF, supports the Nitrogen-Use Efficient, Water-Use Efficient, Salt-Tolerant Rice Project; Pod-Borer Resistant Cowpea Project; and the Water Efficient Maize for Africa project.

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UK Aid was one of the original funders of AATF and continues to provide core funding to support the AATF’s operations, including helping to build institutional capacity and strengthen corporate governance. It partially supports some projects, complementing project funding from other investors and wholly funds others. The larger part of CAMAP activities are supported with funding from the UK Aid.

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Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation supports the TELA, Open Forum on Agricultural Biotechnology in Africa, QBS, the Hybrid Rice: Breeding by Design projects and has contributed to integrating IT into CAMAP. The Foundation previously supported the WEMA project and also provided core funding for organizational operational support

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Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture supports the Seeds2B project.

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AfDB is supporting AATF in executing the Maize Compact and Enabling Policy Compact under their program Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation (TAAT).

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SNV is supporting the Ghana Agricultural Technology Evaluation (GATE) project in Ghana.

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The Rockefeller Foundation, United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID) through UK aid, and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) were the original funders of AATF.

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The Howard G. Buffett Foundation supports the WEMA project.

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PepsiCo has previously provided core funding for operational support.

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