Over the past year, we delivered nine projects, which supported the development of new businesses, created opportunities for young people, increased producer environmental resilience and provided a vital income source to rural communities.
Following the conclusion of Shared Interest Foundation’s Strategic Review in 2020, we recognised the need to expand the scope of our projects to meet the changing needs of communities and producers and connect them to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and other key themes in international development.
This year we launched six new projects:
- Building Sustainable Livelihoods for Women in Rural Nicaragua through Organic Sesame Farming
- Growing Fairer Futures (Ivory Coast)
- Growing Fairer Futures (Rwanda)
- Improving Organic Coffee Production in Peru
- Increasing Economic Opportunities for Women through Soilless Farming in Ghana
- Increasing the Resilience of Coffee Farming Households through Income Diversification (Uganda)
During the year we concluded three projects:
- Bees for Business Phase 2 (Burkina Faso)
- Bees for Business Project Sideradougou
- Growing Fairer Futures (Ghana)
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