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GSF focuses on increasing agricultural productivity for smallholder women farmers while strengthening their capacities of first identifying the needs of a smallholder women farmers and also establishing needs-based Farmer Learning Groups to illustrate and train farmers in cost-effective production. In addition, climate smart, Technology Adoption Plots is carried out using traditional farmers cropping practices and adopting the Climate Smart Village (CSV) model 

One of GSF's strategies to improve adoption of post harvest handling and agro-processing is to promote private service providers to supply value-adding mechanized services to farmers.

GSF sub-counties offices offer some loans to smallholder farmers. Typically, the loans are for production input for 0.5 to 1 hectare. Some of the participating farmers in the GSF crop demonstration

Much of the Theme 2 postharvest handling work is directed toward strengthening the completeness of commercially-oriented smallholder farmers engaged in Theme 1 (crop productivity enhancement)

Strengthening the willingness and ability of local agribusinesses, especially seed companies and input dealers, to offer competent extension support to smallholders is an important objective for

It is essential for commercializing smallholder farmers to work together as a recognized legalized entity (farmer organization – FO / Farmer based Organizations- FBOs) in order to strengthen their

We seek to convince private input suppliers (of seed, fertilizer, crop protection chemicals and equipment) to help finance smallholder agricultural extension services. Over time, as the private input

The GSF country programs began implementing Farmer Learning Platforms-FLPs. (the main training and extension methodology). FLPs consist of three types of demonstration plots: Community

Partnerships have been critical to GSF strategies since the inception in 2016. A significant part of GSF approach in the project sub-counties to team up with government ministries in order to have

Community farmer training offered to extension subject matter specialists (SMSs), Community based extension officers (CBEOs), community-based facilitators (CBFs), smallholder farmers and other