New  Socialization Workshop of the Incentive for
Horticulture Production Project

Potential beneficiaries of  La Cumbre de El Jaralon  during the socialization workshop  of the Incentives for the Horticulture Production Project.


La Cumbre, San Marcos, Ocotepeque.- A new socialization workshop recently took place as part of the implementation of the information and communication strategy of the  Incentives for Horticulture Production Project, financed by the Millennium Challenge Account-Honduras and implemented by the Honduras Brotherhood Association (Asociación Hermandad de Honduras).

The meeting took place at the Escuela Rural Mixta of La Cumbre del Jaralón in San Marcos, in the Ocotepeque Department, and attendees included 28 producers (8 women and 20 men) who expressed their interest in the benefits that the project will implement through an integral production system aimed at increasing profitability in horticulture crops.

With this approach, the Project is proposing an integration process between MCA-Honduras as the cooperation agency, and Honduras Brotherhood Association as the technical assistance partner, in order to confront in a more organized way, the challenges imposed by poverty reduction goals.


2009. Millenium Challenge Account. Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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