Ceramic fridges use evaporation to keep food fresh and medicine cool in the hottest climates.
Thousands of compost filled holes can transform infertile sandbars into fields rich with pumpkins.
Constructed with local materials, these systems uses gravity to provide families with enough water to drink and to irrigate their crops
A light, inexpensive metal plough that can help people work much faster on their land and increase their harvests
Water hyacinth is collected to construct a raft, which is then covered in soil to enable farmers to grow food on flooded land
By introducing small fish into their rice fields, farmers can yield a better crop and provide their families with a protein-rich diet
This foot-driven irrigation system greatly increases the income that farmers generate from their land
Simple irrigation techniques help families move from malnutrition to self-sufficiency.
Access to information and new ideas to improve agriculture practice is important for small scale farmers.
Captures rainwater before it can be washed away, to be used once the rains have passed and soil is dehydrated
Using forgotten indigenous varieties of rice to grow in saltier water
Six fantastic case studies showing technology to be central to development solutions in different counties.