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Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Sustainable Intensification

Current Projects

Focus Country Subawards

Bangladesh

Unlocking the production potential of "polder communities" in coastal Bangladesh through improved resource use efficiency and diversified cropping systems

Principal investigator: Krishna Jagadish SV (Kansas State University)

Burkina Faso

Sustainable intensification through better integration of crop and livestock production systems for improved food security and environmental benefits in Sahelian zone of

Principal investigator: Augustine Ayantunde (International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI))

Cambodia

Women in Agriculture Network (WAgN) Cambodia: Gender- and Ecologically-Sensitive Agriculture

Principal investigator: Ricky M. Bates (Pennsylvania State University)

Ethiopia

Sustainably Intensified Production Systems Impact on Nutrition (SIPSIN)

Principal investigator: Neville Clarke (Texas A&M University)

Senegal

Adoption of sustainable intensification in dual-purpose millet – leguminous crops – livestock systems to improve food and nutritional security and natural resources management for rural smallholder farmers in Senegal

Principal investigator: Doohong Min (Kansas State University)

Tanzania

Raising crop response: bidirectional learning to catalyze sustainable intensification at multiple scales

Principal investigator: Sieg Snapp (Michigan State University)

Additional Projects

CE SAIN - Center of Excellence on Sustainable Agricultural Intensification and Nutrition

Led by the Royal University of Agriculture

Precision Agriculture for Smallholder Systems in Africa

Principal investigator: Joseph Messina (Michigan State University)

SI Assessment Framework

Principal investigators: Sieg Snapp (Michigan State University) and Cheryl Palm (University of Florida)