AFSI is a consortium of organizations that work together to coordinate activities related to food safety and SPS harmonization, founded by the University of Missouri, UMAP-Ghana, and Texas A&M University, with the USDA-FAS and other partners.
UMAP-Ghana is an international non-governmental organization that designs, manages, and facilitates development programming around the world.
Institut sur la nutrition et les aliments fonctionnels / The Institute of Nutrition and Functional Foods (Université Laval – INAF) is the largest group of researchers in Canada dedicated entirely to foods and the complex interactions between food components, nutrition, and health.
Texas A&M University
The Norman Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture and Development at Texas A&M University designs and implements science-based agricultural development and training programs.
University of Missouri (MU)
MU’s College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) International Programs provides technical assistance to international partners and facilitates global engagement for faculty and students across the college.
AKADEMIYA2063 is an international nonprofit dedicated to creating state-of-the art technical capacities across Africa. These capacities will help African Union member states to achieve the key goals of the Agenda 2063 to transform national economies to boost growth and prosperity.