• Source and connect resources to eliminate hunger, create jobs by making smallholder farming viable through agri-business strategies and access to markets


  • Promote impact investment and social enterprise initiatives 


  • Generate capacity building by teaching agri-business entrepreneurship skills. 


  • Build community self-sufficiency by promoting sustainable food systems – either rural or urban development 


  • Innovate in gender-sensitive solutions   

 

  • Maximize government policies and program impacts

          for target populations


  • Encourage cooperation among vulnerable groups and efficiencies among those fighting hunger


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Our Four Pillars

Patricia Biermayr-Jenzano, PhD

​Georgetown University; Center for Latin America Studies (CLAS); Women and Gender Studies (WGST)


Thabo Cecil Makgoba, PhD
 South African Anglican Archbishop of
Cape Town and Southern Africa

 

Innovation 
Shared Value 

Saskia Westenberg

saskiaw@foodfordevelopment.com

Federica, Patricia and Saskia met at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and Center for Latin American Studies. There, they observed first hand how challenging it can be to transition from knowledge production to reaching local communities that are food insecure. With their unique skill set, Federica, Patricia and Saskia bridge this gap. They see the end game, which aligns enduring food security solutions and their innovative clients.

































Our Core Projects

Patricia Caporaso

patriciac@foodfordevelopment.com

Our Team

Eugenio Diaz Bonilla, PhD

International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI); Research Fellow

 

Our Board of Advisers

Sustainability 
Empowerment 

Federica Volpe

  federicav@foodfordevelopment.com

Vincent Mai

Cranemere; Chairman and CEO

 

Gabriel Brodbar

New York University; Reynols Program in Social Entrepreneurship