Current Program Highlights

WISHH Builds Nigerian Aquaculture Through Strategic Partnerships

In Nigeria, WISHH helps train professionals at Animal Care Laboratories, a leading business that offers livestock feeds, animal diagnostics and animal health products. Although Animal Care’s primary business lies in the poultry sector, it works with over 1,000 fish farmers.

Nigeria and Cambodia Showcase WISHH’s Global Aqua Strategy

WISHH Builds Nigerian Aquaculture Through Strategic Partnerships In Nigeria, WISHH helps train professionals at Animal Care Laboratories, a leading business that offers livestock feeds, animal diagnostics and animal health products. Although Animal Care’s primary business lies in the poultry sector,

Partners Build a Trained Aquaculture Workforce in Cambodia

Cambodian fish farmers are now hiring better-trained graduates thanks to close cooperation between ASA/WISHH’s U.S. Department of Agriculture Food for Progress project, the Royal Government of Cambodia and Kansas State University. The effort includes the Royal University of Agriculture, WISHH’s

Cracking a Code for a Healthy Future

Eggs For a Healthy Future is the Theme of World Egg Day on Oct. 13, 2023 WISHH’s September poultry trainings have given 40 Ghanaian egg producers as well as U.S. soybean growers more reasons than ever to celebrate World Egg

WISHH Introduces Updated Soy Value Pyramid

The 2023 version of WISHH’s Soy Value Pyramid highlights the many opportunities for soy to generate improved nutrition as well as economic growth in the 29 countries where WISHH works in Asia, Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa. First introduced 20

WISHH & Partners Celebrate Soy Protein in Uganda

ASA’s WISHH program put soy’s benefits for health and economic growth on stage and on television in Uganda in September. Kentucky soybean grower Daniel Adams, a member of the WISHH program committee, along with WISHH Executive Director Gena Perry and

ASA/WISHH Partnerships Launch Innovation in Cambodian Aquaculture

Fish farmers and extension agents circled the latest in aquaculture innovations for Cambodia in August at an ASA World Initiative for Soy in Human Health aquaculture field day. The educational event was an aquaculture kicking-the-tires opportunity. While the attendees’ fish

BBC News Features WISHH Partners in Cambodia

BBC News Global News Podcast has highlighted partners of the American Soybean Association’s WISHH program in a report on how sustainable technology improves the lives of Cambodians. The series, Female Founders: Green Tech in the Blue Economy, discusses the solar

In Nigeria WISHH’s 16-Year Partnership Lifts U.S. Soy Trade

Alltech Nutrients Limited, a Nigerian food company, continues to prefer U.S. Soy for quality and innovation thanks to its 16-year partnership with ASA’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health program. Through WISHH’s long-term trade and development partnership, the company

Youth Lead Aquaculture Toward a Sustainable World

August 12 is International Youth Day. The 2023 theme is Green Skills for Youth: Toward a Sustainable World. David Samveasna applied to work for ASA/WISHH as a result of his concern about Cambodia’s declining populations of wild-caught fish. Then age

ASA/WISHH & USB Support Aquaculture Programs in Africa

See why there is a waiting list for aquaculture trainings offered by ASA’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health program at Flosell Farms in Ghana. In a new video, WISHH highlights why the real-world internship experience is part of

ASA/WISHH’s Eggcellent Protein Progress in Ghana

The results keep growing from the World Initiative for Soy in Human Health Program’s USDA Food for Progress Poultry Project that concluded its activities in Ghana in 2019. Ghanaian poultry farmers, like Mathew Bonso, continue to make progress and recognize the

ASA/WISHH Trade Teams Strengthen Ties to US Soy

The American Soybean Association’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health program led two trade teams across four states this June. Across two trade teams, WISHH partnered with the Kansas Soybean Commission, Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council, and the

ASA’S WISHH Airs Food Security Ads on DC NPR Station

Washington D.C.’s NPR station, WAMU, is airing ASA/WISHH advertisements that inform listeners on how U.S. soybean farmers support WISHH and U.S. soy’s important role in global food security. The six radio ads feature soy as a protein powerhouse. USB is

WISHH Aqua Professionals Graduate in sub-Saharan Africa

WISHH Chair Roberta Simpson-Dolbeare and Treasurer Bob Haselwood honored five young professionals upon their completion of WISHH’s 16-week aquaculture training in Ghana. The May graduates demonstrate how WISHH’s United Soybean Board-supported internship program cultivates innovation and opportunities for the future

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