Myoe Sae (meaning "seed" in Myanmar language) tells the real stories of empowered farmers and how they managed to turn their challenges into opportunities for a better life, through better knowledge and skills.
Learn how Knowledge Transfer trainers approach communities and where they find fulfillment in their daily interactions with farmers.
Success in the face of drought
A smallholder farmer saw an incredible +900% Return on Investment with his bittergourd crop in India despite hot and dry conditions. Find out how he achieved it here.
Betty Arach took a leap of faith, moving her farming entirely away from roots and tuberous vegetables to tomatoes and cabbages. Find out how she got the confidence to achieve even greater success