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

Access to funds for agricultural development in Bolivia through lobby from the grass-root level

In 2004 CIOEC submitted an initiative Law for the legal recognition of the Rural Economic Organisations (OECAs). After years of stagnation, CIOEC re-introduced the initiative and sought for approval in 2012. Early 2013 the law was approved by the government [...]

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How to involve farmers in agricultural sector support?

The request of the Dutch Economic Mission in Myanmar has asked Agriterra to explore/study at short notice opportunities and constrainst of farmer involvement in Dutch agricultural sector support (vegetables, seed, potatoes, dairying). This requests offers a unique opportunity to prove the [...]

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Knowledge is Power

Agriterra is collaborating with Pakisama since 2002. The collaboration focuses on building PAKISAMA’s capacity to undertake its avowed vision, mission, goals for small-scale family farmers in the Philippines, and more recently in the area of building agri-based enterprises. Crucial aspect [...]

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La practica alternativa de un promotor de la Campesino a Campesino

Douglas tiene 37 años de edad. Es un promotor de la metodología de Campesino a campesino que [...]
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How skills and knowledge training grow business

Yvonne Muma a 44 year old mother of 6 children and married to Mr Kabuswe, of Kampumbu agriculture camp, [...]
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0,15 ha in Central Java: "Some decisions are hard"

Nanik Lestari is 29 years old, married and with one son who is 8 years old. Together with her [...]
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