Serflex produces baby and children’s clothes, made with Peruvian pima cotton and baby alpaca wool, both organic and high quality. With the help of CBI and Promperu they are expanding their export to Europe. Client: Serflex
Agricultural engineer Ricardo Zúñiga is learning the small scale coffee farmers of Coopetarrazú how to adopt environmental friendly practices. Client: Oikocredit International.
Nicafrance has developed an agroforrestation model, mixing coffee with forest plantations with native varieties from the area. They use a coffee variety that is called Marsellesa and that is more resistant to climate changes and to the coffee rust disease. Client: FMO.
“Until 17 years ago this region, Pampa Baja, was a desert. With the arrival of irrigation we were able to create this company with all its crops.” Client: FMO
Eat Me is Nature’s Pride quality label for imported fruits and vegetables, like white asparagus from Peru. This video shows the production process in Peru. Client: Nature’s Pride.
The benefits organic cotton provides to small scale cotton farmers and the environment. Client: IDH.
After their former client PIL started diversifying and therefore needed less milk, the dairy farmers of Fundaprolec needed advice about their cheese production. PUM expert Hans van Pijkeren went to Bolivia to share his experience with the farmers and two young engineers. Client: PUM.
How does the garment industry in Peru expands its export to Europe, in cooperation with the Peruvian government, the alpaca wool producers, the cotton farmers, the university, the Amsterdam Fashion Institute and Dutch organisation CBI. Client: CBI.
Eat me is Nature’s Pride quality label for imported fruits and vegetables, like blueberries from Peru. This video shows the production process in Peru. Client: Nature’s Pride.
Sipi Falls, Uganda organic coffee: Small scale coffee farmers and environment benefit from state of the art organic coffee factory in Sipi Falls Uganda. Cooperation between Dutch coffee roaster Simon Levelt and Kawacom. Client: Simon Levelt.
Around 10.000 kids live in the streets of In Rio de Janeiro. To improve their lives Robert Smits started various activities 25 years ago. Interviews with former street kids give an impression about their lives and the effect of the work of Robert's foundation Remer. Client: Impulsis (merged with Wilde Ganzen).