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Ena Harvey
IICA Representative, Barbados
& Agrotourism Specialist
Linking Agriculture and Tourism through Policy Setting
C...
Training Needs along Value Chain
 Value Chain Concepts
 Production Technology
 Working as Farmers organisations
 Organ...
EU APP Caribbean: Value Chain
Training and Implementation
Improved entrepreneurial, marketing, and organizational
capaciti...
EU APP Caribbean: Value Chain
Training and Implementation
• Women & Youth (academia and agribusiness)
afforded more opport...
Capacity Building: Public Sector
Initiated the development of manuals, handbooks SOPs
 Train-the-trainer programme and GA...
Capacity Building: Private Sector
Trained in key areas of food safety/GAP
Food Hygiene Bureau’s 7th Caribbean
Internation...
Implementation Progress: Technical
Component 3: Capacity Building
Consultations with key
national, regional and
internatio...
Agricultural Health & Food
Safety
 Food Safety Modernization Act
IICA Youth Farm
Summer Programme
Crop Production
Livestock Rearing
Competency Based Training
and Certification
Crop Production
Rabbit Rearing
Livestock Rearing
AgroProcessing
Butchery
...
Innovations in Production
 Perone Bee hive construction and
management
 Permaculture
 Climate Smart Agriculture (CCSA F...
IICA MEXICO / SAGARPA
TRAINING PROGRAMME
 Artificial Insemination of Barbados Blackbelly Sheep
 Greenhouse Technology
Agro-Eco Tourism, Rural Tourism,
Food Tourism
 Workshops on Women’s Economic Empowerment in
Agrotourism and Investing in ...
Women and Youth in
Agriculture & the Alliance
 CANROP and CAFY Networks and national chapters
 CAFAN Regional Farmers Ne...
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Ena Harvey, Expert in Agritourism, IICA, Caribbean: Value chain training to build sustainable continuity of supply to meet demand: Lessons learned from the Caribbean

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Presentation from day 2 of: "Policy setting for improved linkages between agriculture, trade and tourism: Strengthening the local agrifood sector and promoting healthy food in agritourism" Workshop organised by the Government of Vanuatu and CTA in collaboration with IICA and PIPSO, Port-Vila, Vanuatu, 25-27 May 2016

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Ena Harvey, Expert in Agritourism, IICA, Caribbean: Value chain training to build sustainable continuity of supply to meet demand: Lessons learned from the Caribbean

  1. 1. Ena Harvey IICA Representative, Barbados & Agrotourism Specialist Linking Agriculture and Tourism through Policy Setting Caribbean-Pacific Forum, May 25-28, 2016 Vanuatu Value Chain Training to build Sustainable Continuity of Supply to Meet Demand: Lessons learned from the Caribbean
  2. 2. Training Needs along Value Chain  Value Chain Concepts  Production Technology  Working as Farmers organisations  Organic Production and certification  Climate Smart Agriculture  Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs)  Harvesting and Postharvest Handling  Developing partnerships with buyers in tourism sector  Marketing and Promotion (incl. branding)
  3. 3. EU APP Caribbean: Value Chain Training and Implementation Improved entrepreneurial, marketing, and organizational capacities of small holders and value-adding enterprise Improved knowledge among financial service providers in CARIFORUM of innovative financing schemes to support the development of commodity value chains involving smallholders
  4. 4. EU APP Caribbean: Value Chain Training and Implementation • Women & Youth (academia and agribusiness) afforded more opportunities to participate in international and regional fora & training in policy dialogue, farming systems development and value added/product development (C1, C2, C3) including: • Supporting 2 youth to Ignite Caribbean forum in Wash. D.C • Training of Ebony Park Heart Academy trainees, Jamaica in production & management of hot pepper seeds • Training of 2 women from Dom Rep in goat cheese making in Spain
  5. 5. Capacity Building: Public Sector Initiated the development of manuals, handbooks SOPs  Train-the-trainer programme and GAP Audit Manual being developed  Pesticide manual being developed (CGPC) Regulatory Professionals trained in key areas of risk surveillance, inspection  CaribVET the Regional Salmonella Surveillance and Risk Management workshop (Jamaica)  One-Health Leadership series  Food Borne Disease Surveillance/AMR (Trinidad and Tobago)  Plant Quarantine Course (Trinidad and Tobago)  Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (Mexico)
  6. 6. Capacity Building: Private Sector Trained in key areas of food safety/GAP Food Hygiene Bureau’s 7th Caribbean International Food Safety and Security (Jamaica). Objective - increase knowledge and understanding of international standards and best practices in the global food market.
  7. 7. Implementation Progress: Technical Component 3: Capacity Building Consultations with key national, regional and international stakeholders held to gather baseline information required for developing environmental and monitoring programmes Initiated the design of environmental and residue monitoring programmes (CRFM)
  8. 8. Agricultural Health & Food Safety  Food Safety Modernization Act
  9. 9. IICA Youth Farm Summer Programme Crop Production Livestock Rearing
  10. 10. Competency Based Training and Certification Crop Production Rabbit Rearing Livestock Rearing AgroProcessing Butchery Tree Crop Farming
  11. 11. Innovations in Production  Perone Bee hive construction and management  Permaculture  Climate Smart Agriculture (CCSA Forum)  CARIBSAVE Manual for SMEs  Ferrocement water storage tanks
  12. 12. IICA MEXICO / SAGARPA TRAINING PROGRAMME  Artificial Insemination of Barbados Blackbelly Sheep  Greenhouse Technology
  13. 13. Agro-Eco Tourism, Rural Tourism, Food Tourism  Workshops on Women’s Economic Empowerment in Agrotourism and Investing in Agrotourism (CWA 2013)  Agro-Eco Tourism online course  Tour Guide training, Suriname project  Plantation Breakfast, Barbados  Partnership meetings between farmers and hoteliers
  14. 14. Women and Youth in Agriculture & the Alliance  CANROP and CAFY Networks and national chapters  CAFAN Regional Farmers Network Training in Governance, Institutional Management, Proposal preparation, Technical Areas, participation in several training workshops on agroprocessing, marketing, value chain inter alia Supported by the CTA

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