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Cómo la tecnología digital puede democratizar el acceso a la información para las empresas rurales

Posted by Kate Hyder  |  Dec 10, 2019 10:25:48 AM

Mobile Tech Feature

La versión original de este blog apareció en inglés en el sitio web del Pace Able Foundation.

El pueblo de Lonya Grande se encuentra en la región montañosa de Amazonas en Perú. Es aquí a horas en carro de la ciudad más cerca donde la cooperativa CECAFE tiene su sede. Los y las socias de la cooperativa viven aún más alejados y deben atravesar por caminos sinuosos próximos al Parque Nacional Cutervo.

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Topics: South America, Mexico and Central America, Partnerships, Advisory Services, En Español, Stories of Impact, Livelihoods

In Tough Conditions, This Nicaraguan Cooperative Blossoms

Posted by Rob Hefferon  |  Sep 26, 2019 1:56:37 PM

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Wiston Vílchez had barely turned 24 when he took over as general manager of the fledgling Flor de Dalia coffee cooperative in 2014. At the time, the cooperative consisted of a handful of families who sold their coffee to local brokers at rock-bottom prices. The brokers then sold the coffee on the international market with a huge mark-up—pocketing all the profit for themselves. 

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Topics: Mexico and Central America, Partnerships, Advisory Services, Stories of Impact, Livelihoods

Como Se Ve Nuestro Trabajo en Nicaragua Ahora Mismo

Posted by Will McAneny  |  Feb 28, 2019 4:43:46 PM

A protest in Granada, Nicaragua, one month after the conflict began in April 2018. © Julio Vannini

Durante años, muchos nicaragüenses se han enojado con las políticas cada vez más represivas del presidente Daniel Ortega. El pasado abril, la aprobación de una ley de impuestos impopular llevó al país al límite.

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Topics: Peace, Mexico and Central America, En Español, Stories of Impact

What Our Work in Nicaragua Looks Like Right Now

Posted by Will McAneny  |  Feb 13, 2019 6:00:00 AM

A protest in Granada, Nicaragua, one month after the conflict began in April 2018. © Julio Vannini

For years, many Nicaraguans have bristled under the increasingly repressive policies of President Daniel Ortega. Last April, the passage of an unpopular tax law tipped the country over the edge.

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Topics: Peace, Mexico and Central America, Stories of Impact

How These Mayan Farmers Are Modernizing a Two-Thousand-Year-Old Tradition

Posted by Lula Perez  |  Oct 8, 2018 7:00:00 AM

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For the Maya, bees and their honey have always been sacred. Bees are a symbol of fertility and abundance; kaab, the Mayan word for bee, can also be translated as “force,” “land,” or “world.” But for the Mayan producer-members of the EDUCE cooperative, honey isn’t just a part of their cultural heritage. It’s also their livelihood.

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Topics: Mexico and Central America, Stories of Impact, Livelihoods

Five Things I Learned from Our Youth Workshops in Nicaragua

Posted by Will McAneny  |  May 16, 2018 6:00:00 AM

Root Capital advisors with a group of young leaders from Root Capital client El Polo.

A few weeks ago, I had the privilege of traveling to the coffeelands of northern Nicaragua to see Root Capital’s advisory team in action.

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Topics: Mexico and Central America, Advisory Services, Youth