Who We Are
Vía 4, 01-00, Zona 4
Edificio Campus Tecnológico
Torre 2, Oficina 1102
Guatemala, Guatemala 01004
P.O. BOX 8643
Boise, ID 83707
Most poor corn farmers only grow enough corn to eat. They don’t produce enough to sell and make an income. The poorest people in Central America and Sub-saharan Africa tend to be corn farmers.
New seeds are being developed every year that could help farmers more than double their yields, improve their food security, and generate an income.
Most poor farmers don’t have access to these seeds and can’t afford them.
We develop new seeds that are highly nutritious, high yielding, and resilient to climate impacts.
We sell these seeds at reduced prices, and we provide financial support to local, family-owned seed companies to do the same.
Then, we work with local governments to make these subsidy programs long-term and sustainable.