The mission of AgroFrontera is to improve the environmental soundness, economic profitability and social equity of food and farming systems. Our work is focused in the northern border region of the Dominican Republic.
Association of small banana producers (organic and conventional) created to raise the competitive level, maximize productivity and production, improve their quality of life, and adequately meet the main requirements of customers.
Organization of Hass avocado producers located in the province of Pedernales, Dominican Republic, dedicated to offering a fruit with the best technical processes in the avocado cultivation for export.
Association created for the union of Dominican producers, having as main objectives: to improve the standard of living of the country's producers, to represent and defend the rights of its members and the agricultural class in general, as well as to promote High quality crop and performance of its associates.
Banelino represents 336 Small Banana Producers in the Northwest of the Dominican Republic. Its main objective is to generate economic, social and environmental progress for small producers and their communities, through competitive, sustainable, healthy and quality production.
Foundation that promotes the sustainable development of the agricultural and forestry sector, through training, information, institutional innovation and analysis of policies and strategies.
Non profit organization dedicated to promote education and research of sustainable organic and bio-dynamic agriculture, and the conservation of natural resources with the integral human development in rural areas in the Dominican Republic.
Entity created in order to produce quality crops using safe production techniques.
Non-profit organization that integrates sapodilla growers in ecological and organic production systems.
The National Confederation of Dominican Cocoa Producers (CONACADO) is a democratically run cooperative organization, helping small-scale cocoa producers. Founded in 1988, it links 10,001 small scale producers through 8 regional departments, called Blocks or Bloques in spanish, that serve 182 base associations.
Achieving food security for all is at the heart of FAO's efforts – to make sure people have regular access to enough high-quality food to lead active, healthy lives.
Nonprofit organization conformed by women and men dedicated to the production of organic cocoa and other crops.
Nonprofit organization sponsored by Rizec Cocoa CxA which consists of almost 4,000 cocoa farmers from the Dominican Republic.
Agency whose purposes are to stimulate, promote and support the efforts of its Member States to achieve agricultural development and the well-being of rural populations.
The JAD is the main private agribusiness organization in the Dominican Republic. It groups most of the agribusinesses and associations of individual producers.
Nonprofit organization whose mission is to stabilize the economic and social conditions of the coffee-growing families in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic.
Program that focuses its support on regional and national efforts to control coffee rust, with the purpose of strengthening the capacity of resilience of coffee farmers in the prevention of climate change through the introduction of sustainable agricultural practices and the diversification of the patterns of culture.
Program aimed at improving productivity and trade of high-value fruits and vegetables in national and international markets.
Banana Information System of the Dominican Republic.
Non-profit society, committed to the training, growth, ethics and working conditions of researchers; promotes the quality and dissemination and relevance of research, national and international cooperation, and guides the Society on the scientific and technological development of the agricultural and forestry sector.
Non-profit institution that works in all areas of soil science with the purpose of promoting scientific research in the Dominican Republic with a view to the country's technological development in soil science.