EU-INTRA-ACP APP TO HOST A TWO-DAY FORUM DISCUSSING THE WHO, WHAT, WHY AND HOW OF INVESTING IN MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM AGRI-ENTERPRISES IN THE CARIBBEAN
KINGSTON, Jamaica, September 21, 2016 – Most everyone probably agrees that farms are important. Without farms and other agricultural enterprises, there would be no food. Countries could rely on imports to feed their population but that is expensive and leaves a country vulnerable. So, why is it so challenging for agricultural enterprises to secure financing and attract investors?
PROJECT: South-South Exchange - Caribbean-Pacific Agricultural Researchers and Extensionists Exchange
This call of expression is now closed!
LOCATION: Caribbeans (other events to follow)
Clear, evidence based national agriculture policies are critical to ensure that there is a coherent plan for Government, farmers, private sector and other stakeholders to sustain rural livelihoods, secure food security and collectively grow the agricultural sector and its contribution to national development.
A recent workshop in Vanuatu proposed a clear strategy to contribute to building the economy through developing agritourism, updating policies and promoting the role of chefs in the food sector.
Taking action to support MSMEs who play a vital role in agriculture and the economy of the Caribbean.
Strengthening regional agricultural development strategy
Strengthening Market Linkages to Contribute to Agricultural Enterprise Development
R&D | Climate Change
Addressing climate change through climate smart agriculture and forestry production technologies
Engaging in, contributing to, and learning from best practices from regional and global events
This publication was produced with the Intra-ACP APP funding.