Manila, Philippines - Agriterra through the USAID-funded Generating Rural Opportunities by Working with Cooperatives (GROW Coop) project is launching the Youth Leadership Masterclass (YLM) which will be conducted on April 18 – 23, 2022. The event will gather 15 young and aspiring farmers who will be selected to join the week-long interactive program and exchanges with fellow youth leaders and agribusiness leaders in the country.Read more
Last November, Agriterra and The Digital Agri Hub initiated a collaboration to follow the development of digital solutions for agriculture in Latin America and the Caribbean. As part of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) funded project AGRIdigitalización, Agriterra in alliance with Agros International, the Foundation for Rural Business Development (Funder) and the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) developed a database on digital solutions for farmer organisations in Latin America and the Caribbean.Read more
Maragusan, Davao de Oro - Agriterra officially welcomed its new partnership with the Maragusan Growers Multi Purpose Cooperative (MAGROW MPC) as it concluded its cooperative scoping and assessment report which will be the basis of its capacity building program.Read more
Manila, Philippines—Members of the USAID-funded Generating Rural Opportunities by Working with Cooperatives (GROW Coop) project implemented by Agriterra are responding in the aftermath of super typhoon Rai (local name Odette) which made landfall in the provinces of Surigao del Norte and Dinagat Islands in Mindanao, five provinces of Visayas, and in Palawan island in Luzon on 16 December 2021.Read more
Written by Tuan Nguyen Dinh, business advisor Vietnam
Nghia Binh (NBAC) is a small agricultural cooperative of poor farmers producing rice over years in the Red River delta of Vietnam. They have been a client of Agriterra since early 2020. With our continuous advisory in strategic planning and capacity building, by the end of 2021, NBAC has successfully developed and commercialised their two local specialty rice products: Red Rice and Northern Glutinous Rice.
Written by Alejandra Bazoberry, business advisor Agriterra
In Latin America, entrepreneurship is key to improve the economy of families. With a limited formal job offer and limited higher education, entrepreneurship is often the best way to earn income for many people in the countries of this region.Read more
Written by Dieu Tran Quang, business advisor Vietnam
Financed by RABO FOUNDATION under a project titled “Making cooperatives climate clever and bankable”, by early December 2021, Agriterra Vietnam had taken another crucial step in assisting Minh Toan Loi coffee cooperative (MTL) in Dak Lak province to find possible solutions for coffee production in the context of climate change in the years to come.
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