In a mission to achieve sustainable recovery and build resilience from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mastercard Foundation is engaged in a program with Alluvial Agriculture that will support more than 3 million people in sub-Saharan Africa over the next two years. The program focuses on building food security and increasing digital and financial inclusion within the most vulnerable farming communities. In addition, the program will:

  • Enable 65,000 farmers to directly benefit from quality land, seeds, fertilizers, mechanization, and storage.
  • Tackle the root causes of hunger and poverty through a $20.4 million commitment by the Mastercard Foundation.
  • Scale the work of the smallholder farming collective, Alluvial Agriculture.

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