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Faith and Agriculture

Leader: Katherine Marshall

Agriculture is the main source of income and sustainability for many African households, and smallholder agriculture remains the backbone of both economies and society in many countries. Interventions by development partners, governments, and private sector actors have led to numerous improvements in productivity and increased food supply, however these do not aways filter down to smallholders in significant ways. Researching the links between faith and agriculture, this project explores what practical added value, if any, faith actors in Ghana might have in influencing information sharing, behavior change, and attitudes related to farming practices, technology, and advocacy.
Faith and Agriculture

Project Leader

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Katherine Marshall

Senior Fellow
Walsh School of Foreign Service, Executive Director of the World Faiths Development Dialogue



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