In 2012, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA) launched the Agro-Inputs Project (AIP), a five-year initiative aiming to improve the supply of quality agricultural inputs in Bangladesh.

The project formally concluded in late 2017. AIP established a sustainable, self-governing network of retailers called the Agro-Input Retailers Network (AIRN). Today, the AIRN has over 3,000 member retailers and continues to provide training and advisory services.

AIRN operates out of Jessore and can be reached online at www.airnbd.net or at +8801998015150-4.

Agro-Inputs Project in Bangladesh
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