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Published on Jul 25, 2013
USAID-AMARTA II program, in cooperation with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the partner bank BTPN, implemented an Agrifinance Program to smallholder cocoa farmers in South Sulawesi, starting in November 2012. The project enabled the smallholder farmers to get access to non-collateral bank credit, after going through a number of selection processes based on their plot conditions and production. Moreover, the Project also gives them technical support through mentoring and training on Good Agriculture Practices (GAP) in cocoa, for better results.
After six months, we wanted to see the implementation progress of this project. Interviews were done with around seven cocoa farmers in North Luwu District, South Sulawesi, who were participating in the agrifinance project. This video tries to capture their testimonies from participating in this program.