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August 16, 2017

Look at that sorghum! Diakardia is smiling because he can see a huge difference in his field planted with myAgro compared to the neighboring non-myAgro fields. He works as a myAgro vendor selling scratch cards to farmers, but he is… Read more→

August 8, 2017

Every summer, myAgro hires over 180 short term agricultural interns in Senegal to work with farmers during the planting season and help them learn and apply myAgro’s planting methods. Amadou Ba is a highly-motivated intern from Tambacounda who has worked… Read more→

July 31, 2017

  Djenebou is the only woman farmer in her village in Sikasso who saved for a whole hectare of corn! Not only did she defy the standard of women planting on less than a hectare, but she doubled her amount… Read more→

July 24, 2017

Planting continues! These women are all part of a women’s group in Sikasso, where they help each other out when it’s time to plant on each of their fields. Here, they are planting peanuts, working together to follow the myAgro… Read more→

July 20, 2017

Germination has begun in Mali! We at myAgro love this time of year, because farmers can start to visually see the benefits of the myAgro program in their fields. Issa Giarra lives in the village of Karaguan in Sikasso, and… Read more→

July 10, 2017

Even babies are happy to plant with myAgro! Here, the little one accompanies his mama Alima in planting peanuts in the village of Koulibalibougou, Klela.