Tag Archives: CaFAN

Jethro Greene On CaFAN Health Marketing For Agricultural Goods

The Caribbean Farmers Network (CaFAN) said it will be implementing a health-based marketing strategy for a number of agricultural commodities, which are produced throughout the region. That’s according to Chief Co-ordinator of CaFAN, Jethro Greene, as he spoke of some of the initiatives to be implemented by the organization, which is responsible for the marketing… Continue Reading →

The Caribbean Farmers Network Seeks To Diversify It’s Crop Range

Chief Co-ordinator of the Caribbean Farmers Network (CaFAN), Jethro Greene, said the organization is continuing its efforts to improve the marketing of root-crops outside of the region. Speaking to NBC News, Mr. Green said farmers have been responding favorably to the ongoing marketing efforts, which have seen the sale of roots and tubers in the… Continue Reading →

Caribbean Farmers’ Network Expansion Towards French Market

The Caribbean Farmers’ Network (CAFAN) says it has made significant progress in its efforts to expand the marketing of roots crops in the French market. Chief Coordinator of CAFAN, Jethro Greene, tells NBC News that this is the result of an extensive marketing campaign aimed at securing greater market access for locally and regionally produced… Continue Reading →

A top regional agriculture official has emphasized the importance of training in the continued thrust to ensure the sustainability of the region’s agricultural sector

A top regional agriculture official has emphasized the importance of training in the continued thrust to ensure the sustainability of the region’s agricultural sector. The point was made by Chief Coordinator of the Caribbean Farmers’ Network (CaFAN), Jethro Greene, on the heels of a 4-day regional planning workshop which was held here last week. The… Continue Reading →

Young agriculturalists from ten Caribbean countries ate meeting here this week

Young agriculturalists from ten Caribbean countries ate meeting here this week as part of efforts to engage young people in the Caribbean Agricultural Policy process. The four-day planning and study visit is being held to examine ‘Youth Initiatives, lessons and best practices in policies regarding agricultural production and marketing of agricultural produce’. It is the… Continue Reading →