VIDEO ABOUT FROM FARM TO FORK - MAINSTREAMING BIODIVERSITY IN AGRICULTURAL VALUE CHAINS IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC AND COSTA RICA

Posted on 18 Nov, 2021 by Emilie Dardaine & Marion Büttner

A film team from GFA accompanied our project ‘From Farm to Fork’, on location in Costa Rica. The impressively produced footage with fascinating interviews is available on the bottom as well as on Vimeo. Enjoy!

The program ‘From Farm to Fork’ is implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), and financed by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU-IKI). The political partners include the Ministry of Environment and Energy in Costa Rica, (MINAE), and the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources in the Dominican Republic. The objective is to position and integrate biodiversity and ecosystem services in the banana and pineapple value chains within the Dominican Republic and Costa Rica.

El programa Del Campo al Plato está implementado por la Cooperación Alemana para el Desarrollo (GIZ) y financiado por la Iniciativa Climática Internacional con el apoyo del Ministerio Federal de Medio Ambiente, Conservación de la Naturaleza y Seguridad Nuclear (BMU-IKI). Las contrapartes políticas son el Ministerio de Ambiente y Energía en Costa Rica (MINAE) y el Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales en la República Dominicana.
Tiene como objetivo posicionar e integrar el tema de biodiversidad y los servicios ecosistémicos en las cadenas de valor de banano y piña en República Dominicana y Costa Rica.

More detailed information about the project can be found in our short project description.

Former news:
(April 2021) FROM FARM TO FORK IN COSTA RICA AND THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – FOUR INNOVATION TRENDS
(January 2021) FROM FARM TO FORK IN COSTA RICA AND THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – COMPETITIONFOR IDEAS
(March 2020) GFA LAUNCHES CONTEST OF IDEAS FOR PRESERVING BIODIVERSITY

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