MEDA Releases its fifth Learning Series: Improving Market Opportunities for Women (IMOW)

September 29th, 2021, Waterloo, ON- MEDA launched its Improving Market Opportunities for Women (IMOW) project learning series today. This learning series contains key lessons from IMOW about the challenges and achievements that ambitious women farmers and entrepreneurs experienced and gained while growing their livelihoods and businesses in Myanmar. Some key lessons that were gained from this learning series was how women sales models and women farming models contribute to women economic empowerment in Myanmar. In


Scaling Up is the Challenge

As published in SeedWorld – by Dennis Thompson Nestled up inthe northwest corner of Ghana, is an entrepreneurial group of female farmers keen on gaining

Thousands attend MEDA’s World Night Market

By Hope McKeever Photos: Nate Bergey Globally, markets serve as the epi-center of economic and social involvement. Likewise, with outdoor farmer’s markets, Pennsylvania is no

Canada addressing poverty through nutrition

Source: “COLUMN: Addressing poverty through nutrition” by Lois Brown in the Aurora Banner ( We all know of the pivotal role nutrition plays in improving