Stanford Seed

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Seed, the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies, is working to end the cycle of global poverty.

The Seed Effect
The Seed Effect
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School News

Workers drying spent brewery grain for poultry feed at Nation Feeders in Nigeria.
January 9, 2017

The Elevator Pitch

Inside Stanford GSB’s ambitious venture to lift people out of poverty.
May 9, 2017
More than 500 business leaders have participated in program designed to support greater economic prosperity through leadership and innovation training
Bijesh Shah of SteelWool Africa in a breakout session of the Seed Transformation Program
April 12, 2017
Researchers collaborate with the Indian government to provide children with fortified rice in an effort to reduce alarming rates of anemia and malnutrition.
Indian vendors set up bags of grains and spices along the roadway in the outdoor spice market, located in the old part of the city. | iStock/BDphoto