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    Striving for balance amid a global pandemic

    26 March 2020

    As the world faces unprecedented change and decisions with the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus, Solidaridad considers how to move forward with important programmes in the field.
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    New webinar series untangles fact from fiction on ASM gold mining

    19 March 2020

    Following the cancellation of OECD’s Forum on Responsible Mineral Supply Chains scheduled to take place in Paris this April, Solidaridad and The Impact Facility are pleased to offer an alternative opportunity to bring together professionals from all along the gold supply chain.
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    Enhancing farmer entrepreneurship in cocoa

    17 March 2020

    Should sustainability policies focus on providing farmers a living income or improving conditions in cocoa farming? Can we improve farmer income without improving farmer entrepreneurship? These were top concerns in the panel on farmer entrepreneurship, held at the eighth Chocoa Conference in Amsterdam, one of the biggest events of the cocoa sector worldwide.
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    World’s first sustainable castor bean programme extended for phase two

    12 March 2020

    Following the successful completion of phase one of the Pragati sustainable castor crop project, Solidaridad joined Arkema, BASF, and Jayant Agro-Organics to sign phase two, extending the programme to 31 July 2022.
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    Solidaridad Embraces #EachforEqual on International Women’s Day

    12 March 2020

    In a week of events around the International Women’s Day 2020, Solidaridad Asia celebrated the cause and contributions of the women farmers and rural entrepreneurs.
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    The story of women empowerment sells ASM Gold

    11 March 2020

    The artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) gold sector suffers from a dubious reputation worldwide among micro-credit financiers, impact investors and the private sector. There is a persistent perception that investing in and financing of ASM comes with a high level of risk. However, this perception is inaccurate and unfair.
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    Joining forces towards a gender-equal world

    09 March 2020

    This year, the theme of International Women’s Day is #EachforEqual, emphasizing the power of positive collective efforts in creating a gender-equal world. For Solidaridad, it is evident that women as well as men are an equally essential part of the solution in achieving gender equality, and we actively integrate this in our programmes as well as in our internal organization.
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    Promoting gender equality one woman at a time

    08 March 2020

    To celebrate International Women’s Day 2020, we highlight the stories of two women in Ghana. Grace Obenewaa is prospering as a cocoa farmer instead of migrating to the city thanks to the MASO programme. And oil palm processor Rita Yeboah can put her children through school because she received a small VSLA loan to invest in her business.
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    Rebuilding lives after cyclone Idai

    06 March 2020

    Cyclone Idai devastated the Southern Hemisphere in 2019. The storm left tens of thousands displaced or worse, and destroyed the livelihoods of 58,000 smallholder farmers in Mozambique alone. On Idai's first anniversary, Solidaridad is handing out special packs of seeds and livestock to smallholders to help rebuild their lives.
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    Farmers call for urgent action to restore Africa’s degraded landscapes

    02 March 2020

    Smallholder farmers in Ghana are adding their voices to the call for urgent action in restoring Africa’s degraded landscapes. Most recently at the Global Landscape Forum 2019 in Accra, the Ghanaian capital.
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