The partnership between MOCCA and CENTA is driving research efforts towards increasing productivity. Cacao producers can access more productive high quality clones, resilient to climate change. Native, old, new and international highly valuable cocoas are being preserved in El Salvador, with funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the technical support from the…
Participants adopt good agricultural practices
Facilitate farmers access to services that improve their profitability
With technical assistance and finance, as clonal gardens
For working capital, purchase of inputs and farm investments
We provide technical support to cacao-producing families in the northern region of Guatemala to increase their crop productivity and profitability, while considering adaptation to climate change and a consistent improvement in quality. This is translated into access to specialty markets.
Through Fundación ProPetén, we provide technical assistance to cacao-growing communities in northern Guatemala aimed at strengthening their productivity and profitability, and provide them with better quality planting material, reinforce their knowledge of best practices in cacao agroforestry systems and set up higher-value commercial links.