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    Inclusive training and education will propel sustainable development in the region

    25 January 2021

    Inclusive training is essential for the sustainable development of Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean. At Solidaridad we have a long history of training male and female producers to improve their practices in the field.
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    The need for transparency and accountability in global supply chains

    19 January 2021

    In December, the US Supreme Court heard arguments about whether Nestle USA and Cargill should be held responsible for child labor on the West African farms from which they buy their cocoa. Across many different supply chains, large, multinational companies are often unable to answer questions about their last mile suppliers and producers.
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    Climate Finance: Advancing the Agricultural Transformation Agenda in Kenya

    15 January 2021

    Solidaridad’s Nancy Pheobe Rapando analyzes the strides made by Kenya in addressing the impact of climate change in the agricultural sector, and the work that remains.
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    New Coffee Barometer: Coffee companies must start proving their sustainability impact

    14 January 2021

    The largest coffee companies in the world are failing to report transparently on their 2020 commitments, and doing too little to ensure sustainability for farming and farmers.
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    Reclaiming sustainability: Solidaridad’s strategy for the years ahead

    06 January 2021

    At the start of this new year, we are proud to present our new strategy for the coming five years. We are driving forward our mission to enable farmers and workers to earn a living income, shape their own future, and produce in balance with nature, by working throughout the whole supply chain.
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    Soil conservation should become a global priority

    23 December 2020

    At Solidaridad we acknowledge that to address the global climate crisis, soil conservation and stewardship must become a priority in 2021 and going forward.
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    RSPO Certification Project in Guatemala showing excellent results

    22 December 2020

    Solidaridad is building smallholder capacities in sustainability through an RSPO certification project in Guatemala.
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    The Road to Sustainability for Soy in China

    17 December 2020

    Solidaridad launched the China Sustainable Soy Guidelines in Beijing. The guidelines aim at addressing concerns related to sustainability in the soy sector in the country.
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    3 Strategies for Addressing Indian Migrant Workers’ Challenges

    11 December 2020

    Managing Director for Solidaridad in Asia, Dr. Shatadru Chattopadhayay, lays out three strategies for addressing the challenges on Indian Migrant Workers in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and preexisting inequities.
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    Project gets Oil Palm Farmers on the Road to RSPO Certification in Indonesia

    08 December 2020

    Around 700 small farms belonging to 500 independent smallholder farmers in the West-Kalimantan region of Indonesia began their journey towards RSPO certification, thanks to a programme developed by Solidaridad and Credit Union Keling Kumang (CUKK) with the support of BASF and Henkel.
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