Agriterra supports farmers' organisations in fighting poverty, with advice from experts from the Dutch agricultural sector and with finance from the Dutch government. Our opinion is that strong farmers' organisations lead to more democracy, economic growth and a better distribution of income. We focus on economic development and work closely together with the Dutch agribusiness. This leads to results, which we achieve with the following three teams:

 

 

Cooperative Farmers’ Tour visualized

An impression of the exchange trip of representatives of agricultural cooperatives from Asia, Africa and Latin America to the Netherlands and Belgium

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Agripool-aardappeldag

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Agriterra organiseert 3 april 2014 een agripooldag voor deskundigen op het gebied van aardappelen. Deze dag willen we ervaringen uitwisselen rond aardappeladviespraktijken in [...]
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Agripool FACT-training

Friday, July 4, 2014

Agriterra organises a training in our FACT methodology for agripoolers. Objectives of this day are deepening FACT among the participants, getting them acquainted [...]
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Expert Meeting: Added value of Dutch approach for dairy development in emerging markets

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Are you a professional in international dairy sector development? Are you searching for ways and means to support those men and women working [...]
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Projects

Developing database and technical training for young beekeepers

The Union of Beekeepers Associations of the the Republika Srpska (UBARS) has eight 8 district associations as memebrs representing about 3500 beekeepers. These are professional beekeepers with many beehives but also many small hobby beekeepers. The honey production per beehive [...]

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support small tea farmers in entrepreneurship

Overall goal is to contribute in sustained rural poverty reduction of smallholder tea farmers of Eastern districts of Nepal by increasing their income, and equally empower small farmer based organisations to provide better technical and management services. Specific objectives of this [...]

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own coffee label

After the tsunami (2004) an MOU (peace agreement) was signed between the separatists (GAM) and the local government in Aceh. This made it possible for investors to come back to the area and build up local businesses. On 16 March [...]

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Less is more: fewer cashew trees and a bigger harvest!

Saidi Taibu is member since the beginning of the Tanzanian cashew nut company Masasi High Quality Farmers’ Products (MHQFP) [...]
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The importance of quality maize for farmers in Myanzi

The quality of produce that a farmer attempts to achieve is clearly dependent upon the target market. At the [...]
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Training fish farmers on Java: better incomes and a snowball effect!

Having a new house was Ju Sugiyanto’s dream. He would never imagine that only from three times harvesting from [...]
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