The Farm to Fork model, developed specifically for the Caribbean, resulted in increased income for farmers and improved consistency in food production and supply.
Journal articlesSOCIAL CAPITAL RESILIENCE SMALL FARMS AGRICULTURE
Supporting smallholder farmers to address the food security challenges facing the Small Island Developing States of the Caribbean : a review
Food security policy in the small island developing states of the Caribbean Community has focused traditionally on commodity-oriented export production rather than production for domestic food markets.Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 00:00
Integrated "farm to fork approach" to improving food and nutrition security in the Caribbean by linking agricultural productivity and diversity on small holder farms to school feeding programsPublished dateWednesday, January 1, 2014 - 00:00
Mobile ICT for Development : are low income earners willing to utilize targeted m-ICT4D interventions to facilitate improvements in operational efficiency and market reach?; a Trinidad and Tobago case – policy brief
The small-scale fisheries sector in Trinidad and Tobago suffers from severe operational
and market inefficiencies. Would a mobile intervention targeting specific operational andPublished date2011
Integrated “farm to fork approach” to improving food and nutrition security in the Caribbean by linking agricultural productivity and diversity on small holder farms to school feeding programs
Delivered at the International Food Security Dialogue conference (2014) this presentation provides information regarding the successful Canadian International Food Security Research Fund (CIFSRF) food security project.Published dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 00:00
Networks for Development : Caribbean ICT Research Programme, Trinidad and Tobago (CIRPTT); research theme 3: mobile opportunities 2.0 - mFisheries
The Mobile Opportunities 2.0: mFisheries research project was a two-year exercise, extended to two and a half years, which focused on the small-scale fishing industry of Trinidad and Tobago with particular emphasis on examining the potential of moPublished dateMonday, January 2, 2012 - 00:00
Despite a high level of voice telephony (mainly, mobile phones), Internet access and connectivity are still inadequate in the Caribbean.