With the goal of generating broad-based economic growth and food security, Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA) implements the U.S. Agency of International Development’s (USAID) Southern Africa Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) program. This five-year program (2018-2023) in Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe and in the European country of Moldova posts mid- to senior-level U.S. volunteer experts for two- to four-week, in-person assignments. CNFA has also begun virtual assignments during the COVID-19 Pandemic. To learn how you can sign-up to be a F2F volunteer, please contact Volunteer Recruitment Coordinator, Mr. Remy Chappetta, at F2Frecruitment@cnfa.org or visit the page link below. Please include a CV in your email.
CNFA is an international agricultural development organization that specializes in the design and implementation of sustainable, enterprise-based agriculture and agribusiness initiatives. For 35 years, CNFA has worked in 45 countries to develop initiatives that facilitate market access and enhance agriculture competitiveness. We work with farmers, entrepreneurs, governments, private sector actors, and communities to improve livelihoods and end hunger.
More information about CNFA can be found on our website.
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