Our innovative model has been adopted by over 20 NGOs across the region, and the world. Our partners in Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi, and Guatemala are demonstrating that with the right combination of seeds, knowledge, and peer support, vulnerable families and communities around the world can break the cycle of malnutrition.
We work in partnership with other NGOs to share our methodology and core content, allowing us to reach more people in more places. Partners come away with training materials, seed package recommendations, and a road map for developing and implementing nutrition-focused agriculture extension programs in their own communities.
This year GHI is launching a flagship training of trainers program designed to share core elements of our model with community leaders and local NGOs across Rwanda. To learn more about upcoming training institutes visit our get involved page.