Feed The Hungry: Agribusiness MBA

Project Leader:

Pope Francis

Enabling women farmers to be more productive will benefit Africa’s next generation – families in which women influence economic decisions allocate more income to food, health, education and children’s nutrition. Improving gender equality through agriculture could therefore translate into a generation of Africans who are better fed, better educated and better equipped to make productive contributions to their economies, within agriculture and beyond. This scholarship project – sponsored by The Pontifical Mission Societies in the United States – gives local Catholic nuns, who have been operating small subsistence farms, the education and tools to develop more mixed farm systems and business plans in order to provide food and jobs that save lives.



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