Republic of Georgia Agricultural Quality Improvement Project, 2002-2005
The Center for International Programs facilitated the economic development of Georgia's rural sector by enhancing the quality of agricultural goods and services.
Dominican Republic Development Project, 2000-2002
USDA donated 100,000 metric tons of wheat to the Dominican Republic under a 416(b) agreement.
Central America (Hurricane Mitch Reconstruction) Development Project, 1998-2001
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) provided funds to NIFA to assist Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Guatemala in the implementation of two special objectives.
Armenia Marketing Assistance Project, 1992-2004
Starting in the early 1990s, the International Programs office of NIFA worked in partnership with the Armenian agricultural sector for more than a decade. In the early years, the project focused on the development of an applied research and extension capacity, helping to ease the transition to a free market economy.
Republic of the Congo-Brazzaville and Rwanda Agricultural Development Projects
In the Congo, land-grant university experts, recruited by NIFA, developed a teacher training manual, a pocket guide, teacher lesson plans, and teaching aids, such as posters and demonstration kits that supplement classroom instruction of the teachers. The manual explains how to develop a school garden and how to incorporate the garden into the classroom as a teaching aide for science and other subjects.
21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act
The Nanotechnology Research and Development Act authorizes funding for nanotechnology R&D
CYFAR Program Annual Report 2013
The Children, Youth and Families at Risk (CYFAR) Annual Report provides an overview of accomplishments and outcomes of the CYFAR grant program.
USDA Strategic Plan FY 2014 - 2018
USDA's fiscal year 2014-2018 Strategic Plan.
Report on Federal Manufacturing R&D Priorities
This 2008 government report outlines three areas of opportunity for manufacturing R&D, including nanotechnology, and describes critical manufacturing technology issues that need to be addressed in each area in order to make progress.
Bioeconomy-Bioenergy-Bioproducts Portfolio Strategic Plan
The National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Bioeconomy-Bioenergy-Bioproduct (B3) Program Portfolio supports research, development, demonstration, extension, and education at the nexus of rural economic development, climate change, environmental services, food security, and National energy security.