Daily Trust (Nigeria) | 26 November 2023
After touring the agricultural learning site in Kano state, Nigeria, a Daily Trust reporter spoke with youth and women in the area whose lives have been changed by the vegetable farming techniques shared by East-West Seed Knowledge Transfer Foundation.
IFDC | 2 November 2023
On 27 October, the HortiNigeria project—which East-West Seed Knowledge Transfer Foundation helps to implement—hosted a distinguished delegation of European Union ambassadors at the learning site at Sa’adatu Rimi University of Education in Kano, Nigeria.
News Ghana | 2 October 2023
Speaking at the 2023 Fruit and Vegetables Fair, the Netherlands Ambassador to Ghana, H.E. Jeroen Verheul, highlighted the long-standing partnership between the Netherlands and Ghanaian vegetable farmers, entrepreneurs, and organizations, including East-West Seed Knowledge Transfer Foundation.
Ghana News Agency | 23 September 2023
A Knowledge Transfer learning site has been inaugurated at Abesim, near Sunyani, with the aim of enhancing the skills of farmers through the utilization of simple technologies that make use of natural materials found in their environment.
Financial Express (Bangladesh) | 03 August 2023
East-West Seed Knowledge Transfer Foundation has seen the challenges faced by smallholder vegetable farmers in using the right pesticide for their crops and applying it correctly. In collaboration with Wageningen University & Research, EWS-KT has developed a mobile application to mitigate these challenges.
Farmers Voice NG (Nigeria) | 16 July 2023
Organized by online agriculture newspaper Farmers Voice NG, this 1-day sensitization event for farmers in Kano state featured two Technical Field Officers from East-West Seed Knowledge Transfer Foundation as educators on pest and disease management.
Juba Echo (South Sudan) | 16 June 2023
East-West Seed Knowledge Transfer Foundation and the University of Juba College of Natural Resources have taken the lead in technical capacity building for vegetable production.
Devex | 08 June 2023
Vegetable production is a key part of nutrition security, but it is also increasingly recognized as a way to provide a much-needed income boost for smallholder farmers.
IFDC | 02 June 2023
Since its inception, the HortiNigeria program has leveraged the expertise of consortium partner East-West Seed Knowledge Transfer Foundation to engage more women in farming.
UBC Television Uganda | 20 March 2023
UBC News Tonight covers our project to address malnutrition among South Sudanese families in Rhino and Imvepi Refugee Settlements by training refugees in home gardening.
New Vision (Uganda) | 18 March 2023
As the World Food Program shifts from food rations to cash assistance for South Sudanese refugees in Uganda, EWS-KT is teaching them how to grow their own vegetables.
Daily Monitor (Uganda) | 14 March 2023
Trained in home gardening techniques by EWS-KT, South Sudanese refugees in the West Nile region of Uganda are reaping nutritional and economic benefits.
ISSD Africa | 23 January 2023
In their January newsletter, EWS-KT action research partner ISSD Africa makes the case for more outside investment in our knowledge transfer projects.
Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality | 12 Dec 2022
In November 2022, the Dutch Embassy in Ghana sat down with EWS-KT and East-West Seed to talk about their work in Nigeria and EWS-KT’s entry into Ghana.
Harvest Money (Uganda) | 7 Dec 2022
From roasted pumpkin seeds to porridge, EWS-KT farmers in Uganda are learning new ways to preserve pumpkin for future use.
Manila Bulletin (Philippines) | 5 Oct 2022
Learn more about EWS-KT’s work in the Philippines, with a focus on building farmers’ capacity, access to markets, and self-sufficiency.