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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5th General Assembly of Asian Farmers' Association

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

The Asian Farmers’ Association for Sustainable Rural Development (AFA) will hold the event entitled “AFA@10: Celebrating Successes, Taking On More Challenges: AFA Regional [...]
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100 jaar Europese landbouw op het Food Film Festival

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Tijdens Het Grote Landbouwdebat op het Food Film Festival spreken Europarlementariër Bas Eickhout (GroenLinks), Hans Huijbers (voorzitter ZLTO), Jaap Seidell (professor Voeding en [...]
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Finale event De Beste Boer 2012

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Ruim 800 teams strijden sinds januari in de online ondernemerscompetitie om de titel De Beste Boer 2012. Aan het einde van de wedstrijd [...]
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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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Upscale mainstreaming of gender in sunflower value chain

Sunflower enterprise and its value chain has become the most important production venture for food and cash crop that have been promoted to reach many women and men in order to change their attitude and increase in income level and [...]

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Establishing farmer-led niger seed oil refinery

Admas is established in 2003 as a cooperative Union with 7 legally registered primary cooperatives and started its actual work in 2004 as a multipurpose cooperative Union. Currently ADMAS has 55 member cooperatives. The main tasks of the Union are: [...]

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Blog 2: Duurzame dienstverlening aan coöperaties van theeboeren in Nepal

Jeske de Kort (NAJK, trainster) is op werkbezoek voor Agriterra in Nepal, bij de nationale federatie van thee cooperaties, [...]
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All tea is sold out!

An example of Kanyam Tea Cooperative, a successful small tea cooperative in Nepal Kanyam tea cooperative was established 8 years [...]
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Rijk Zwaan China cooperates with Agriterra

Rijk Zwaan China and Agriterra have cooperated successfully in a two-days’ workshop at the Ziyang Vegetable Federation in Sichuan, [...]
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