NOGAMU: the National Organic Agricultural Movement of Uganda

Linking Ugandan farmers to the organic and fair trade markets Everyone who has visited Uganda agrees that its fruit and vegetables are delicious and of superior quality. However, the farmers who grow them barely make enough money to provide for their families. For this reason, the Trade for Development Centre partnered with NOGAMU, the National Organic Agricultural […]

L’Union des Sociétés Coopératives des Planteurs de Yanfolila

L’or multicolore du Mali Le Mali est un pays haut en couleurs ! Parmi ses richesses : l’or jaune, l’or blanc (coton) et l’or multicolore (la mangue).  Avec une production de 58 000 tonnes de mangues produites au Mali en 2014, dont seulement 10% est exporté, la culture de mangues maliennes progresse depuis 2008 (données de la […]

Siyavuna Development Centre

SHORT SUPPLY CHAINS FOR ORGANIC AGRICULTURE IN SOUTH AFRICA Since Nelson Mandela’s election in 1994 successive South African governments have heavily invested in fostering a fairer representation of the black majority in the country’s economy to really make an end to apartheid. In general this has been a success. Relatively soon a black middle class […]

AgroAndino

Physalis or Inca berries from Peru    The bright orange berries with their papery sepals known as physalis or Inca berry not only look great, they are also full of antioxidants and vitamins. The fruit is consumed mostly locally, but it has also attracted interest in the North. In Peru’s highlands a variety is cultivated with an exceptional sour-sweet […]

FAKO

FAKO est une microentreprise en plein essor créée en 2007 par la jeune entrepreneure Colette Yehouenou, qui lui a donné le nom de Fako (Désaltère-toi !). Dans son garage, ainsi que dans la cour de sa maison et dans un petit atelier, une vingtaine de collaborateurs (saisonniers) transforment manuellement des fruits et des légumes en jus et sauces.   La […]

Maquita Cushunchic Comercializando como Hermanos (MCCH)

Founded in 1985, Maquita Cushunchic Comercializando como Hermanos (MCCH) is a private, non-profit socio-economic institution. Maquita began its work with grassroots church communities in the south of Quito, Afro-Ecuadorian farmers from Esmeraldas, and indigenous people from Cotopaxi and Chimborazo who brought their products directly to sell them at markets, fairs and through distribution groups in Quito.   It began with basic products, forming a network […]

Mount Elgon agroforestry Communities cooperative entrerprise limited – MEACCE

MEACCE is a farmers’ organisation that came into being in 2017 following the collapse of the Gumutindo Cooperative Union. The 3300 farmers growing coffee, banana and honey, located between 1300 and 2200 meters above sea level, mobilised and grouped together to register MEACCE in order to aggregate and export their coffee to fair trade markets. […]

KIBINGE Coffee Farmers

Mainly made up of small producers, Kibinge was founded in 1995 by coffee farmers in the Masaka region (south of Uganda). They seek to provide technical services in agricultural production, gender integration, poverty eradication, value addition and market access to complement the Uganda governmental programmes. By providing services directly linked to coffee production and sales to its members (processing, certification, transport, marketing, etc.), Kibinge has remained true […]

BioUganda

BioUganda is a social company which guides 200 small, rural contracted farmers. The company holds organic and Fairtrade certificates based on small-holder group certification and an operational internal control system. Its current activities include production, processing and export of organic and fair trade fresh and dried exotic tropical fruits (Cayenne pineapple, hybrid purple passion fruits, bananas, jumbo avocado, dried papaya…).    DIVERSIFICATION & […]

Upromabio

UPROMABIO (Union des Sociétés coopératives avec conseil d’administration des producteurs de Mangues Biologiques et équitables de la région des Hauts Bassins) voit le jour en 2009 à Bobo-Dioulasso au Burkina Faso. Elle est constituée de trois groupements pour un total d’une quarantaine de producteurs de mangues et de fleurs séchées d’hibiscus, certifiés biologique et équitable. […]

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