ACDI/VOCA

ACDI/VOCA fosters broad-based economic growth, raises living standards, and creates vibrant communities. Its technical and management assistance enables organizations—whether enterprises, financial institutions, or cooperatives—to manage and finance themselves and succeed in the global economy. Areas of expertise include agribusiness, community development, enterprise development, financial services, and food security. ACDI/VOCA was founded in 1963 by U.S. farmer cooperatives and our people-to-people approach remains in our DNA. We have implemented projects in 146 countries on behalf of public, private and multilateral funders, including USAID, USDA, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the World Bank, UNDP, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, EBRD, NEPAD, the Asian and Inter-American Development Banks, as well as corporations and individual countries.

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Projects

ordered by most recently updated

  • Colombia: Program of Alliances for Reconciliation

    A project from 2 different sectors in Colombia

    With a final peace deal between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) signed in November 2016, Colombia is currently turning the page on half a century of armed conflict. Despite... Learn more

    Last updated September 21, 2017

  • Tanzania NAFAKA II: Cereals Market System Development

    A project from 2 different sectors in Tanzania

    NAFAKA promotes the competitiveness of the maize and rice value chains, leading to improved productivity and incomes which, in turn, accrue to smallholder farmers and rural households. Increases in the availability... Learn more

    Last updated September 20, 2017

  • Ghana Poultry Project (GPP)

    A project from 2 different sectors in Ghana

    For nearly a decade, the Ghana poultry sector has contracted as a result of intense competition from imported poultry meat and the decreasing profitability of egg production. According to the Food and Agriculture... Learn more

    Last updated June 27, 2017