News & Media
In this installment of our “COVID Conversations” series, we talk with Mateo Yibrín, CEO of the Cadelga Group, one of the largest distributors of agricultural products and services in Honduras. Yibrín spoke to us recently the panic purchases that are keeping his company afloat, why Honduran farmers are giving away free melon in towns across the country, and his message to the world on behalf of farmers who are suffering.
ActionAid and AFA commissioned a study to look at the successes and lessons learned from the AFSP implementation, with a focus on small-scale food producers; women producers; the engagement and participation of producer and civil society organizations; and climate resilience.
ActionAid commissioned a study to examine the implementation of PASA Lou-Ma-Kaf in Senegal, with a particular focus on small-scale food producers, women producers, involvement and participation of producer organizations and civil society, and adaptation to climate change.
The effects of climate change are undermining cotton farmers’ livelihoods in Burkina Faso—where 80 percent of the population depend on agriculture to earn a living.
A family business helps millions suffering from acute malnutrition.
Insta Products CEO, Dhiren Chandaria, talks about his mission—with GAFSP’s help—to save lives.