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October 29, 2018

Organic lenca coffee to wake up hope

A cooperative created by 22 indigenous women will produce and market organic coffee, thus helping to improve the livelihood of the local population in Intibucá, Honduras.

October 25, 2018

Producer and local leader in El Salvador: Dora Alicia Pineda

Dora Alicia Pineda Mejia, participant of family demonstrator and micro-entrepreneurship of birds, is a reference for the group of women producers in La Ceiba, municipality of Las Vueltas.

October 18, 2018

Fair trade of quinoa multiplies opportunities in Peru

With the support of the SDG Fund, farmers of Puno and Ayacucho associate and promote the quality of this Andean grain as a lever for the development of their communities

Africa with its vast natural resources and human capacity could be the way to increase food production by 50 percent by 2050. Photo: UNDP Kenya
October 16, 2018

Transforming agriculture in Africa is key to a more peaceful world

Celebrity chefs the Roca Brothers: ‘In order to get there, the people of Africa are transforming the way they view farming, the way they view the environment, and the way they view markets and manage risks.’

October 15, 2018

Fish farming improves the family diet in rural Bolivia

More than 200 families have incorporated the farming of carp in rustic ponds to their productive systems, which allow them to give a better nutrition to their children and, at the same time, have an additional source of income.

September 27, 2018

Rural women access to credit and savings in Paraguay

To face the challenge of female financial inclusion, the SDG Fund joint program in Paraguay has worked in the last three years with the Government supporting groups of women entrepreneurs.