We benefit small-scale producers by improving the quality of primary products 

We make it easier for them to get credit and help to professionalise associations.

Enterprising town, Grau, Apurimac, Peru

Social and Economic Development Programme 2013

  • GOALS

    • Improve living conditions and increase the income of small-scale farmers in the province of Grau

    • Increase production and the quality of primary and transformed products: guinea pig meat, honey and avocado

  • HOW WE HELP

    • Equipping production and transformation units

    • Improving access to business loans

    • Professionalising associations

    • Establishing quality management systems and product certification

    • Training in production, commercial management, business communication, technical skills and policies for incidence

  • NGDO

  • LOCAL PARTNER

  • WHO IT'S FOR

    Direct beneficiaries: 1,550 small-scale farmers from five districts in the province of Grau. Young people specialising in organic agriculture, authorities and civil servants in the districts and social leaders also benefit directly

     

    Indirect beneficiaries: 25,090

  • DURATION

    36 months

    Start: July 2013