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Winrock designs its projects to deliver immediate benefits. But we always take a long view of development by transferring skills to local people and organizations so they can sustainably achieve their goals and affect change.We focus on transferring technical skills to prepare a generation of leaders to face tomorrow’s challenges. We promote evidence-based, collective decision-making, whether around water systems or financial cooperatives. We invest in the long-term potential of smallholder farmers, young entrepreneurs, teachers, community leaders and families to improve their health and livelihoods while ensuring the sustainable use of precious natural resources. For all Services and Solutions, click here.

Sign reads "Locally Grown Foods Sold Here"

Expanding Choice: Delivering Local Food Options Where They’re Needed Most

Project Title: Capacity for Food Chains

Communities that most need healthy and affordable food options often have the fewest choices. The Wallace Center at Winrock International collaborates with vulnerable communities to establish value chains that make nutritious and local food available to everyone. This happens through training, mentoring, peer-to-peer learning opportunities and by fostering collaboration between organizations committed to delivering the benefits of good food to all.

Starting a Movement: Building a Maryland Food Hub Network

Project Title: Building a Maryland Food Hub Network

American consumers increasingly recognize that locally grown food is not only fresh and delicious, but also provides communities important environmental and economic benefits. The Wallace Center at Winrock International is collaborating with farmers, wholesalers, distributors and other partners in Maryland to meet the state’s burgeoning demand for local food through food hubs. By delivering collective marketing, packaging, product aggregation and other activities, food hubs improve the financial viability of producers and increase the availability of nutritious food.

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VIDEOS

Knitting The Future

First-Ever Coffee Cupping Competition in Rangoon, Burma — May 2015

Soybean Farmer Field Day Video (Burma)

Cambodian Supporting Forestry and Biodiversity Short 4

Cambodian Supporting Forestry and Biodiversity Short 1 – Gibbons

Cambodian Supporting Forestry and Biodiversity Short 2 – Frogs

Coffee Plant Health: Importance of Balancing Shade & Light

CTIP Program Supports Cambodian Government to Develop Policies to Combat Trafficking

CTIP Program’s ‘Empowering Livelihood’ Strategy to Prevent Child Begging

CTIP Program Empowers Local Authorities to Fight Human Trafficking

CTIP Program Puts Victims at the Center of Case Management

CTIP Ambassador Gives Safe Migration Advice to the People of Cambodia

Community Youth Network Annual Reflection, 2015 (CTIP)

Improving People’s Livelihoods with SolutionMUS: Livestock & Gardening

Managing Integrated Water Services with SolutionMUS

Improving People’s Livelihoods with SolutionMUS: Small Livestock

Assessing and Planning Water Services with SolutionMUS

Promoting Local Supply Chains with SolutionMUS

Eradicating Child Labor – Winrock International

Eliminating Child Labor in Agriculture Conference – Tanzania

Where is the Horizon? (Trailer)

Cambodia Pre-Departure Video: Is Migration the Right Choice? Part 3 of 3

Cambodia Pre-Departure Video: Is Migration the Right Choice? Part 2 of 3

Cambodia Pre-Departure Video: Is Migration the Right Choice? Part 1 of 3

US Ambassador Derek Mitchell Greets Farmers at Winrock’s Farmer-to-Farmer Site, Burma

Farmer-to-Farmer Volunteer Cupping Coffee in Burma, December 2014

Central Arkansas ARK Challenge Demo Day, November 2014

Cambodia Counter Trafficking in Persons Program Photo Slideshow

Where is the Horizon? (Cambodia Counter Trafficking in Persons Program)

Changing Lives (Cambodia Counter Trafficking in Persons Program)

Protecting Forests, Enriching Lives: Cambodia Supporting Forests and Biodiversity Project