Photo of the Week: An Industry Reborn in Honduras

June 08, 2012

An employee of the CAPROCAFIM cooperative in Honduras arranges cocoa seedlings. With support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, TechnoServe and our partners have revitalized the cocoa industry in Honduras, creating a new source of income for farmers like the 60 members of CAPROCAFIM.

An employee of the CAPROCAFIM cooperative in Honduras arranges cocoa seedlings. With support from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, TechnoServe and our partners have revitalized the cocoa industry in Honduras, creating a new source of income for farmers like the 60 members of CAPROCAFIM. Learn how TechnoServe helped spark this change.

 

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