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We strives to remove our farmer’s organisations dependency on donor agencies and government. Farmers bring to the table, lands and skills and it is important
Our female-led marketing cluster, headed by Vanessa Joseph and her team came in for high praises from our overseas buyers for quality consistency over the
We have seen a 40% increase in sales by our small farmers for 2018. In the early stages of our marketing program, a mixture of
Functions and Benefits of Caribbean Society for Agricultural Meteorology (CariSAM) It is envisioned that the platform will connect multiple regional and national users and providers
Tracey Wright ECTAD CARIBBEAN Jamaica partners attended workshop at University of Edinburgh, the discussions were centered around the challenges being faced by small farmers especially as
ECTAD CARIBBEAN was set up by farmer leaders in 2009 to address the problem of poverty amongst small farm families within the Caribbean and beyond.
The focus approach of ECTAD Caribbean new production and marketing program is attracting new partners groups and individual partners’ supporters. Partners are contributing to supporting the expanding marketing program