Animal Health & Productivity

Animal Health & Productivity

Current Partnerships

Access to Finance & Insurance

Access to Finance & Insurance

 
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Solutions S.A., with GeoNova

Partnership period: March 2017 – July 2019

Country: Haiti

Solutions, a Haitian information technology business, is partnering with GeoNova during the program partnership to organize growers into trained producer groups. Using its Agro Tracking software, Solutions is providing full electronic traceability for mangoes grown by the producer groups, ensuring compliance with US import regulations and enabling sales to exporters who need to be able to trace the specific source of the mangoes they purchase. Solutions and GeoNova are also providing training in agricultural practices that will increase the quality of mangoes produced by the groups.

 

Completed Partnerships

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Agrobonus

Partnership period: July 2015 – July 2017

Country: Ukraine

Provide small- and medium-size farms in Ukraine with access to services that comprehensively analyze their soil, providing information that can increase their productivity and efficiency.

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Bayer Ukraine and the International Finance Corporation

Partnership period: October 2015 – September 2017

Country: Ukraine

Provide small- and medium-size farms with information about good farm management practices so they can effectively use quality inputs.

 
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Mercy Corps, with Syngenta Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture and with Farmforce

Partnership period: : July 2014 – September 2017

Country: Guatemala

Provide Guatemalan producers with the tracking needed for exporters to comply with the Food and Drug Administration’s anticipated Food Safety Modernization Act. Access to electronic traceability will enable Guatemalan producers to remain in the US market once the act is fully implemented.

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Twiga Foods

Partnership period: March 2017 – August 2018

Country: Kenya

Use a mobile business-to-business (B2B) platform to connect smallholder vegetable farmers to informal urban produce markets and enhance the supply chains that link them.