The Partners Farmer to Farmer Program provides targeted technical assistance to small and medium-size producers and processors throughout the region. While training ensures long-term sustainability, tools, supplies and other materials are needed to implement what the farmers learn. In-kind and monetary donations are often provided by universities, church groups and US agriculture institutions.
You can help by making a donation to the Farmer to Farmer program. Donations will be sent directly to the Farmer to Farmer staff in Haiti, Guyana, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic for program supplies and other items.
|A donation of $20 can purchase a pH soil tester for vegetable farmers in Guyana.
|A donation of $30 can purchase two rabbits, supplies and training for a Haitian family.
|A donation of $40 can purchase 4 way soil analyzer for a female greenhouser grower in the Dominican Republic
|A donation of $95 can provide plastic tubes with UV protection for biogas collectors for a Nicaraguan dairy farmer.
|A donation of $100 can purchase a refractometer to improve the quality of honey in Haiti.
These are just a few examples of the difference your contribution will make. To donate to these and other projects:
1. Mail a check to:
Peggy Carlson, Director
Farmer to Farmer Program
Partners of the Americas
1424 K Street, NW, #700
Washington, DC 20007
Please make a note if you would like the contribution made to general Farmer to Farmer expenses or a specific country, project or item. Please make check out to "Partners of the Americas."
2. Donate Online Click on the link to check out our easy system for secure on-line donations. Make sure you designate Farmer to Farmer in the comments field.
3. Call or Email Peggy Carlson, Director, Farmer to Farmer Program, 202-637-6230, to discuss projects, ideas or to get more information.
All contributions are tax-deductible and will provide a valuable resource to our farmers.
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This webpage is made possible in part by the generous support of the US Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of Partners and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.