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Project details

Cahova

Canada-Honduras agro-forestry value chain project

country

Guatemala

duration

5 years

budget

$12.1 million CAD

Agrifood

Gender Equality

Environment and Climate Change

Sustainable forestry and agro-forestry

18,000

producers
supported

2

organizations
supported

With this project, SOCODEVI’s aim has been to tangibly and sustainably improve the living conditions of 4,000 rural families thanks to greater diversification as well as production increases in coffee, pine resin and litchi.

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The project has helped improve production techniques, management capabilities, competitiveness, market access, and resilience to climate change for agro-forestry producers.

Results

329 hectares
of agro-forestry systems

adapted to climate conditions are under the management of farm families

48%
of participants

in SOCODEVI Field Schools and other training activities are women

“I am the owner of my plot of land; I’m involved in all of the steps of coffee production, right through to commercialization. Growing coffee improved my living conditions and I am happy to be heading up my own enterprise!”

Nelly Leonaci Maldonado Fortin

Cooperativa Mixta Cafetalera Paraíso – Honduras

Major donors

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