Key expected results include those under the business lines below for which the applicant will also be contributing to: 1.3.1 Seed Systems • Increased farmer adoption of nutrient-dense and climate-smart varieties, esp. among women/youth (SS 2.0) • Scale-up of production, certification and extension models linked to quality varieties, esp. for women/youth (SS 2.1) • Prioritized inclusive policies, regulations, standards, and certifications passed and implemented (SS 2.2) This business line will also include: 1.3.2 Inclusive Markets, and Trade • Expanded market access, investment, and capacity for inclusive market actors (IMT 2.0) 1.3.3 cross-cutting themes Youth Empowerment: • Diversified and increased work opportunities (on-farm, wage, etc.) for young men and women (YE 3.0). • Strengthened delivery of SME supports, job supports and last mile services to youth (YE 2.1). Gender Inclusivity: • Improved enabling environment for women farmers. • Increased revenues and employment for women-led SMEs. Nutrition • Increased crop diversification and adoption of nutrient-dense varieties. In the Strategy 3.0, AGRA seeks to increase productivity of major targeted commodities (maize, rice, sorghum, millet, cowpea, groundnut, horticulture, and poultry) by 35%, enhance resilience of 1.2 million Smallholder Farmers in Sikasso, Koulikoro, Segou, Kayes, and Mopti regions, and improve their livelihood SHFs while promoting dignified and fulfilling job creation. The Key expected results from the interventions are linked to the following grant applications.