This was the theme of the recently concluded Annual General and Network Meetings of the Women Agro-processing Development Network (WADN) which has evolved after several years of agro-process being done mostly from the kitchen of our parents and grandparents and the products sold from small stands near the homesteads or directly from the kitchen door.
MANAGING OUR INDEPENDENCE AND CREATING NEW POSSIBILITIES
Cost of Production Training
IICA study reveals benefits of the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program of Canada for Latin American and Caribbean countries
Intermediate cities: a breath of fresh air for urban and rural dwellers