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
With FENAPROCACAHO gain access to services that improve their profitability
With technical assistance and finance, as clonal gardens
For working capital, purchase of supplies and farm investments
FenaproCacaho is a non-profit trade organization made up of cooperatives and groups dedicated to the production and marketing of cacao in Honduras. Through this partnership, the field school methodology has been implemented alongside the digital Cacao Móvil tool, for knowledge exchange and management in the application of Agroforestry Systems best practices, to increase the productivity and profitability of cacao farms.