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Syngenta Foundation programmes impact people on the ground, in all areas from high-tech seeds to markets.

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Dishing up new choice improvements
With Seeds2B, our Foundation helps smallholders improve their yields. In Indonesia, a potato partnership is shaping up even better than expected. And in Kenya, potatoes are proving an attractive new option for pastoralists. But we also want improved varieties of other crops to match farmers' needs. So we're busy encouraging demand-led breeding. Like to know more? Then please get in touch.   
 
 
Tap our PPPs expertise
Our Ag Partner XChange website is now available again. Also new is an upgrade of our database of public-private partnerships. You can search it by region and crop. PPPs are at the heart of our Foundation's work. Here's some of our advice on the topic, and here is what other experts say.
Degree aims to master sustainable ag
CABI and two Swiss partners are launching a Masters in Integrated Crop Management. The course starts in February 2016. "This is a unique degree delivering science-based knowledge in sustainable agriculture", says CABI. Applications close on September 1. Here's where to go.
Foundation writes on extension and rice
Yuan Zhou, our Head of Research & Policy Analysis, has co-edited the new book "Knowledge Driven Development; Private Extension and Global Lessons". Yuan, Suresh Babu of IFPRI and contributors illustrate companies' work in agricultural extension. Also recently published is a training manual (in French) for rice seed production, co-authored by Camille Renou.