In June of 2018, Agribusiness Systems International (ASI) changed its name to Tanager and launched a new visual brand and website. Tanager – a species of bird identified by Charles Darwin for its unique ability to manipulate tools with its beak and adapt to different environments – was chosen to represent an organization that refines its approaches and techniques to help life-changing economic and social opportunities take flight. Those qualities of adaptation and innovation are reflected in the impact we have had in the last year.
President Ana Bilik thanks Tanager’s partners for helping to create economic and social mobility and stability for workers around the world.
Agriculture sector stakeholders and international donors gathered in Nairobi to celebrate the final awards ceremony for the AgResults Kenya On-Farm Storage Pilot.
In this Tanager blog, Hannah Guedenet discusses finding sustainable solutions to ending hunger and ensuring better nutrition.
International Day of Rural women was established by the United Nations in 2008 to recognize the contributions that rural women make to their households, communities, and the world.
A Tanager team attended the International Cotton and Textile Conference (SICOT) in Burkina Faso.
The IGNITE grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will shape future ways of doing business.
In celebration of our 25th anniversary, we are changing our name to Tanager, to reflect how we ourselves adapt to co-create ways for people to benefit from rapidly changing market dynamics.