“A revolution of thought is necessary” – Interview with Cantave Jean-Baptiste

Title “A revolution of thought is necessary” – Interview with Cantave Jean-Baptiste
Contributor ILEIA
Author Steve Brescia
Content Interview > Cantave Jean-Baptiste is a Haitian agronomist and rural development practitioner with more than three decades of experience supporting sustainable agriculture and strengthening peasant organisations. He is Executive Director of Partenariat pour le Développement Local (PDL) in Haiti, and a founding member of Groundswell International. Farming Matters asked Mr Jean-Baptiste how family farmers can build resilience in Haiti, a country where an estimated 80% of the population lives in poverty.
Type of initiative Interview
Year Published
Language English
North America HAITI
Link http://www.agriculturesnetwork.org/magazines/global/resilience-faces/interview-cantave-jean-baptiste

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Food Voices: Stories of the Food Sovereignty Movement

Title Food Voices: Stories of the Food Sovereignty Movement
Contributor Foodvoices.org
Author Andrianna Natsoulas
Content Voices from over 80 farmers and fisherfolks from US, Brazil, Ecuador, Venezuela and Haiti about what food sovereignty means to them and how they are pursuing it or obstacles they face when pursuing it.  
Type of initiative Case Studies
Year Published
Language English
North America HAITI, UNITED STATES
South America BRAZIL, ECUADOR, VENEZUELA
Link http://www.foodvoices.org/interview.html

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