New Alliance ICT Extension Challenge Fund

IBTCI played a central role in defining indicators, promoting learning, and monitoring the progress of six NGOs working in six countries, as part of the New Alliance ICT Extension Challenge Fund, supported by four governmental donors, the United Nations (UN), and private donors. The program operated at multiple levels to assist smallholder farmers develop new approaches to adapt to climate change while improving their food production.  Contracted by USAID’s Feed the Future initiative, IBTCI established an online shared data portal for implementers and donors, organized regular learning events in person, in Africa, and through virtual online meetings.