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Innovative strategies bridge the farmer-consumer gap
May 15, 2013 Himalayan NGO, Shri Jagdamba Samiti (SJS), is engaged in the task of empowering small apple farmers in the North Indian states of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, by enabling them to move up the economic chain. Tarini, Manager, Inclusive Business Development, at SJS, in an interview to OneWorld South Asia, said that innovative strategies can go a long way in bringing added value to the farmers. Excerpts from the interview.
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Apple farmers unite to fight middlemen, reap healthy profits
May 15, 2013 With the existence of apple collection centres, apple farmers from the local areas of Uttarakhand are able to sell their produce at market rates to the collective where the apples are then graded, sorted, packed and also pre-cooled for further storage.
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Indian farmers need to upgrade standards of production: Dutch expert
May 24, 2013 Wim Van Den Berg, Director of the Netherlands-based company, Van Amerongen CA Technology, said that Indian farmers would need to have better contacts with the market to raise their profits.
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Using ICTs to hunt better markets for apple farmers
May 15, 2013 Shri Jagdamba Samiti (SJS), a Rishikesh based NGO, is engaged in the task of empowering small apple farmers in the North Indian states of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, by enabling farmers to move up the economic chain. Vikram Singh, Senior Executive, ICT and Value Chain, at SJS, advocates that ICTs could be an effective tool for imparting farm related inputs to farmers to make the reap a quality harvest.
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Collection centres empower small farmers
May 16, 2013 There is a silent revolution happening in the apple hills of India. An initiative to empower the small farmers of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh has taken root wherein they are setting up joint venture companies. Six such companies, initially funded by an investor, are on the ground and the farmers eventually hope to own them once the money is repaid back to the investor.
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