Stories from companies

Stories from companies that are signed up to the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge. How are they  living up to their ambitions on the Zero Hunger Pledge?

Disclaimer: The stories are drawn from information submitted by companies that have signed up for the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge. The information has not been independently verified by the implementing organisations or other third parties. The information contained in this document does not constitute any form of endorsement or due diligence clearance by the implementing organisations. It is intended for illustrative purposes only.

Stories from companies

Unilever's support for smallholder farmers in Madagascar
East-West Seed
East-West Seed is training farmers to help increase production yields sustainably
Emeci Technologies
Improving biodiversity and community livelihoods.
AFCO Investment
Commitment to reducing post-harvest losses. 
Bayer is meeting ambitions on the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge through several initiatives.
Nyangorora Banana Processors
Nyangorora Banana Processors is working to improve the productivity of banana cultivation as well as improve value addition by processing fresh bananas to produce banana crisps, bread, cakes, juice, and flour.
Sahel Consulting Agriculture and Nutrition Limited
Since signing up for the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge, Sahel Consulting has continued the implementation of its livelihood project known as Advancing Local Dairy Development in Nigeria (ALDDN).
To implement the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge, NutriCare is working on a solar-powered, water-storage, and water-efficient irrigation project.
Morination Agricultural Products
Morination Agricultural Products which operates across multiple commodity supply chains is implementing the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge by increasing business with micro and small supplies.

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