1.8 million farmers reached
90% are women
India is where it all started for us – where we pioneered, tested and successfully scaled our video-enabled approach to agricultural extension. Since spinning off from Microsoft Research in 2008, we have worked with the government in India and reached over one million smallholder farmers.
374,979 farmers reached
364,592 farmer practices improved
With over 50,000 extension agents, or nearly 3 agents per kebele (village), Ethiopia seemed like the ideal country in which to expand our efforts. And it was - since beginning our work in 2011, the country has proven fertile ground for partnerships and projects related to agriculture and health.
25,000 farmers reached
Emboldened by our success in India and Ethiopia, Digital Green has begun expanding our efforts to make an even larger impact worldwide through agriculture and health initiatives in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ghana, Guinea, Malawi, Mozambique, Niger, Senegal and Tanzania.
No matter what we do, we learn from it. Read our stories from the field to see where we’ve been, what we’ve done, and what we learned – as well as how we’ve used those learnings to improve our work.Learn More