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:

 

 

Organisational expertise complements investments

An inspiring pitch of Kees Blokland, CEO of Agriterra, about the importance of farmers and cooperatives.

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Nieuwe debatreeks over de toekomst van de landbouw en ons voedsel

Monday, July 2, 2012

Nieuwe debatserie Na twee veelbesproken en goed bezochte debatreeksen in de Rode Hoed (2009 en 2010) waarin bedrijven, boeren, maatschappelijke organisaties en burgers elkaar vonden [...]
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LTO-Noord: wie en wat bepaalt de voedselprijs?

Friday, February 17, 2012

Tijdens deze netwerkbijeenkomst (georganiseerd door de Commissie Internationale Samenwerking van LTO-Noord) zullen de minder zichtbare factoren worden toegelicht die invloed hebben op de [...]
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Farmers' Forum

Saturday, February 18, 2012

The Farmers' Forum is a bottom-up process of consultation and dialogue between small farmers' and rural producers' organisations, IFAD and governments, focused on [...]
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Projects

Increased marketing of rice

Mwea Rice Growers Multipurpose Co-operative Society Ltd. (MRGM) is a rice growing cooperative society situated in Wang’uru, Mwea Division along the Nairobi-Embu road, about 20 Km before Embu town. The society offers different services to its members, spanning from support to [...]

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agricultural and economic development

The objective of this project is to increase in a collective way the welfare of the organized small scale farmers in Central Java, by strengthening farmers organizations at village level and by improving the production and access to market. [...]

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Climate smart agriculture

Climate-smart agriculture is crucial to achieving future food security and climate change goals, as estimates indicate that climate change is likely to reduce agricultural productivity and production stability. Uganda is one of the countries that are highly vulnerable to climate [...]

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A glimpse inside

Cooperatives active after earthquake

Mr Tamang, manager of one of the primary small farmers agricultural cooperatives in Dhading district shares his experiences how [...]
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Why are women important for agricultural cooperatives? Results from the Agriterra workshop for female leaders of agricultural cooperatives in Embu Kenya

It is 18th of May 2015, 29 female leaders of 10 agricultural cooperatives meet in Embu Kenya. The participating [...]
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East African grain cooperatives discuss about member commitment

Member commitment is an important base for the existence of cooperatives and a necessity for a cooperative to perform [...]
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