Programa de Desarrollo de la Agroindustria Rural de América Latina y el Caribe (PRODAR)
Cooperative Programme for the Development of Rural Agroindustry in Latin America and the Caribbean
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Assist international cooperation agencies, nongovernmental organizations and government entities to strengthen and promote rural agroindustry and associated institutional and political systems in the hemisphere as a means of boosting participation of small farmers in the market and improving conditions in rural areas; make agroindustry an element in strengthening rural development efforts by enabling disadvantaged sectors of the population - the poor, women, young people, ethnic groups, displaced persons and refugees - to increase their income and become part of the production chain.
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Executive Directorate and Coordinating Office for Central America and the Caribbean in Lima (Peru). Coordinating offices in Quito (Ecuador) and Bogota (Colombia). The 3 sub-regional offices link national rural agroindustry networks - 'REDARs' - comprising governmental and nongovernmental development agencies, research institutes, universities and farmer organizations. Coordinating support group - 'GAAP'.
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