China Aid Agricultural Technical Cooperation Project Description
Cocoa and Coffee ProjectThe Cocoa Rehab and expansion project. See live presentation by project coordinator from "Dialogue on agriculture Cocoa and Coffee Presentation Introduction Theobroma cocoa also known as cacoa is a small evergreen tree in the family Malvaceae. Native to the deep tropical regions of Central and South America, the seeds when… Read More
Horticulture ProjectOver 900 million people experience the hardship that hunger imposes, a figure which continues to rise even amidst the riches of the 21st century. Engulfed within a vortex of population growth, economic instability and climate change, food security presents a formidable challenge for not only global but national governance. It… Read More
Banana Accompanying MeasuresThe Banana Accompanying Measures (BAM) is an EU funded programme set to address the underlying weakness in the agricultural sector relating to commercial competitiveness and low productivity, through strengthening of entrepreneurial and technological development and innovation, implementation of quality standards , improvement of physical infrastructure, development of agricultural information systems and… Read More
Black SigatokaBlack Sigatoka disease is found in almost all banana and plantain growing regions of the world including Asia, Africa, South and Central America and the Western Caribbean (Jamaica, Grenada, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Martinique, Dominica, and Trinidad and Tobago). Read More
Mission StatementTo accelerate sustainable agricultural growth and development by developing, formulating and implementing policies and programmes which enhance competitiveness and productivity and facilitate greater responsiveness of our clients to manage change and to take advantage of new opportunities to improve food security and socio-economic transformation through the sustainable utilization/use of human,… Read More
Vision StatementTo be the most an efficient Division of Government providing high quality extension, regulatory and support services to its clients which add value to agriculture and related sectors for the vibrant and sustainable growth, development and social advancement of our people. Read More
Given our strategic obligations and to meet our objectives, every unit in the Division of Agriculture is charged and mandated to deliver on clearly defined programme areas and components. Inherently, this action is never outside the boundaries of our higher national priorities and aspirations for achieving economic growth and development, alleviating poverty, generating employment, enhancing Food and Nutrition security and pursuing Environmental care.