Tag: value chain

Social Inclusiveness in the Cassava value chain through ICT and Mobile Apps

Social Inclusiveness in the Cassava value chain through ICT and Mobile Apps

From my point of view, access to relevant agricultural information technologies, for all food products and especially within the cassava value chain, can be a promising approach to improved food security; and bringing together practitioners, decision-makers, extensionists, youth and women, in a forum to find ways of improving the cassava value chain – as CTA and partners are doing with this meeting – is very important.

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11 October 2016
The potential of the ordinary coconut

The potential of the ordinary coconut

On a global scale, the world production of coconut oil has reduced, however, consumption of virgin coconut oil is increasing. What more is there?

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23 October 2017
Scaling up! With roots and tubers

Scaling up! With roots and tubers

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23 October 2017
The key to producing sweet potato 365 days per year

The key to producing sweet potato 365 days per year

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23 October 2017
Interview: New opportunities for inter-regional trade through ICTs

Interview: New opportunities for inter-regional trade through ICTs

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23 October 2017
Invest in soil not oil

Invest in soil not oil

Rising food prices and declining agricultural production levels in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) nations have caused growing concerns and alarm for food security.

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23 October 2017
Missing: the fisheries industry at CWA 2016

Missing: the fisheries industry at CWA 2016

The Caribbean week of agriculture was filled with great presentations, on trade, transport, value chain development, sustainable research and food security policy. However it should be noted that the fisheries/marine science and research fields were terribly absent.

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23 October 2017
We don’t have problems, we have the inability to find solutions

We don’t have problems, we have the inability to find solutions

According to CEO of Port Authority Antigua and Barbuda, Mr. Darwin Telemaque, in his presentation on linkages between trade and transportation at the Caribbean Week of Agriculture, the main issue is that not enough goods are being produced to be transported in the first place.

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23 October 2017
Optimism about the Regional School Feeding Programme

Optimism about the Regional School Feeding Programme

With the inclusion and support of government, civil society and the private Sector, the necessary support for developing and coordinating school feeding policies should be easy.

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23 October 2017
We need to stop thinking 'cocoa', and start thinking 'chocolate'

We need to stop thinking 'cocoa', and start thinking 'chocolate'

Mr. Barton Clarke of the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI) delivered riveting remarks at the opening plenary of the Caribbean Week of Agriculture 2016 which truly encompassed the importance of the agricultural value chain to the region.

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23 October 2017

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