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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Vola, President of the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project.  In this Photo, the 10th step of the transformation: Vola is holding a container of cassava cakes, an example of delicious food WFP is providing to HGSF school children in Beabo.  "The benefits from this project is that is that we have been provided materials by WFP to improve our work; and our Union received money, 70 million ariary. Our production has increased 100% thanks to WFP. Our children go to school and we can buy them school supplies".  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Vola, President of the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project.  In this Photo, the 10th step of the transformation: Vola is holding a container of cassava cakes, an example of delicious food WFP is providing to HGSF school children in Beabo.  "The benefits from this project is that is that we have been provided materials by WFP to improve our work; and our Union received money, 70 million ariary. Our production has increased 100% thanks to WFP. Our children go to school and we can buy them school supplies".  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Vola, President of the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project.  In this Photo, the 10th step of the transformation: Vola is holding a container of cassava cakes, an example of delicious food WFP is providing to HGSF school children in Beabo.  "The benefits from this project is that is that we have been provided materials by WFP to improve our work; and our Union received money, 70 million ariary. Our production has increased 100% thanks to WFP. Our children go to school and we can buy them school supplies".  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Vola (left), President of the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, and Celine (right) participating in the project.  In this Photo, the 10th step of the transformation: Vola is holding a container of cassava cakes, an example of delicious food WFP is providing to HGSF school children in Beabo.  "The benefits from this project is that is that we have been provided materials by WFP to improve our work; and our Union received money, 70 million ariary. Our production has increased 100% thanks to WFP. Our children go to school and we can buy them school supplies".  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Vola, President of the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project.   In this Photo, the 9th step of the transformation: she is holding two packs of gari.  "The benefits from this project is that is that we have been provided materials by WFP to improve our work; and our Union received money, 70 million ariary. Our production has increased 100% thanks to WFP. Our children go to school and we can buy them school supplies".  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Vola, President of the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project.   In this Photo, the 9th step of the transformation: she is holding two packs of gari.  "The benefits from this project is that is that we have been provided materials by WFP to improve our work; and our Union received money, 70 million ariary. Our production has increased 100% thanks to WFP. Our children go to school and we can buy them school supplies".  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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4992 x 3322 px 42.27 x 28.13 cm 8764.00 kb
 
Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Vola, President of the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project.   In this Photo, the 9th step of the transformation: she is holding two packs of gari.  "The benefits from this project is that is that we have been provided materials by WFP to improve our work; and our Union received money, 70 million ariary. Our production has increased 100% thanks to WFP. Our children go to school and we can buy them school supplies".  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Jeannine Haoua, one of the members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 8th step of the transformation: roasting (torrefaction).  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 8th step of the transformation: roasting (torrefaction).  From left to right: - Ian Fisaura - Herman Nielsen - Jeannine Haoua  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 8th step of the transformation: roasting (torrefaction).  From left to right: - Ian Fisaura - Herman Nielsen - Jeannine Haoua  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 8th step of the transformation: roasting (torrefaction).  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 8th step of the transformation: roasting (torrefaction).  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 8th step of the transformation: roasting (torrefaction).  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 8th step of the transformation: roasting (torrefaction).  From left to right: - Ian Fisaura - Herman Nielsen - Jeannine Haoua  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo:  members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 7th step of the transformation: drying (sechage).  From left to right: - Razanabauy Doline - Jeannine Loharanoniaina - Jeannine Haoua  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo:  members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 7th step of the transformation: drying (sechage).  From left to right: - Razanabauy Doline - Jeannine Loharanoniaina - Jeannine Haoua  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo:  members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 7th step of the transformation: drying (sechage).  From left to right: - Razanabauy Doline - Jeannine Loharanoniaina - Jeannine Haoua  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 7th step of the transformation: drying (sechage).  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo:  members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 7th step of the transformation: drying (sechage).  From left to right: - Razanabauy Doline - Jeannine Loharanoniaina - Jeannine Haoua  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Jeannine Loharanoniaina (front) Razanabauy Doline (back), two of the members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 7th step of the transformation: drying (sechage).  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Jeannine Loharanoniaina (front) Razanabauy Doline (back), two of the members from the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project. In this Photo, the 7th step of the transformation: drying (sechage).  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Helton John Ratefinjanahary, AROPA/FIDA Staff providing technical support to the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project.   "AROPA / FIDA plays a very important role in this Mitambatrasoa Union, which processes cassava into gari. AROPA / IFAD provides support such as the construction of this processing unit, technical support on materials management; supports farmers in cassava cultivation process from plantations to commercialization; and looks for market opportunities to avoid starvation."  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Helton John Ratefinjanahary, AROPA/FIDA Staff providing technical support to the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project.   "AROPA / FIDA plays a very important role in this Mitambatrasoa Union, which processes cassava into gari. AROPA / IFAD provides support such as the construction of this processing unit, technical support on materials management; supports farmers in cassava cultivation process from plantations to commercialization; and looks for market opportunities to avoid starvation."  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Helton John Ratefinjanahary, AROPA/FIDA Staff providing technical support to the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project.   "AROPA / FIDA plays a very important role in this Mitambatrasoa Union, which processes cassava into gari. AROPA / IFAD provides support such as the construction of this processing unit, technical support on materials management; supports farmers in cassava cultivation process from plantations to commercialization; and looks for market opportunities to avoid starvation."  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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Madagascar, Amboasary, Anosy region, 13 December 2018

The (Purchase for progress) P4P programme in Madagascar seeks to increase smallholder farmers’ opportunities and access to agricultural markets, as well as support the economic empowerment of women and men. As part of this programme, small-farmer organizations are jointly assisted by WFP, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development’s (IFAD) - the three Rome-Based Agencies - and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs).  Trainings and technical support to small-holder farmer organizations were provided through specific development programmes implemented by the FAO and IFAD’s AROPA project (Projet d’Appui au renforcement des organisations professionnelles et aux services agricoles). Complementing FAO and IFAD’s efforts, WFP provided trainings on WFP procurement procedures, contracting process, quality, storage improvement, transport and handling of crops, aiming to support small-holder farmers to increase the quantity and quality of their agricultural production. This comprehensive assistance enables small-holder farmers to meet international standards and sell their production surpluses to WFP and other buyers.  As part of the AROPA project, producers benefiting from WFP’s food assistance are empowered to create and work collectively in organizations. These organizations are provided with the necessary equipment and capacity strengthening trainings.  In the Photo: Helton John Ratefinjanahary, AROPA/FIDA Staff providing technical support to the "Cooperative Mitambatrasoa Bevala", a women’s association producing gari in Amboasary, participating in the project.   "AROPA / FIDA plays a very important role in this Mitambatrasoa Union, which processes cassava into gari. AROPA / IFAD provides support such as the construction of this processing unit, technical support on materials management; supports farmers in cassava cultivation process from plantations to commercialization; and looks for market opportunities to avoid starvation."  Processing cassava to gari offers communities an affordable and adequate food option, particularly during the lean season. The transformation process allows producers to gain better in-comes as gari fetches higher prices on local markets.

Photo: WFP/Giulio d'Adamo
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