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Meet the Members: Juan Bravo, Del Campo, Nicaragua

Meet the Members: Juan Bravo, Del Campo, Nicaragua

Introducing another cooperative member we work closely with: Juan Bravo is part of Del Campo, an umbrella cooperative in Nicaragua with a membership of over 590 smallholder farmers who produce a wide range of products. The cooperative is striving to become as environmentally friendly as possible and has used recent funds to invest in solar energy, beekeeping, natural medicines and conservation projects. Juan Bravo is also President of the International Nut Cooperative, a majority shareholder of Liberation. 

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The climate crisis and fighting the feeling of hopelessness

The climate crisis and fighting the feeling of hopelessness

At the end of February, Fairtrade UK hosted the annual Fairtrade Fortnight festival. For the first time the festival was virtual and its focus was on the climate crisis, the impact it is having on crops and the smallholder farmers that are on the frontline, battling the changing environment. Over the two weeks there were inspiring workshops, memorable panel discussions, emotive case studies and stark calls to action. Participants learned how the crisis is impacting global food supplies, listened to first hand experiences from farmers in Kenya on adapting to the changing climate and heard from members of the Nicaraguan farming Co-operative Union SOPPEXCCA about the hurricanes that hit Nicaragua in November 2020, destroying crops and causing  dangerous landslides. Liberation works closely with another Nicaraguan cooperative, Del Campo, that is situated just south of the department of Jinotega, where SOPPEXCCA is based, so these final accounts were not surprising to us, but nevertheless, shocking.  It was a challenging but also inspiring two week festival that was arguably made more accessible by being taken online. And just as the festival was all tied up, we at Liberation received a series of videos from one of the cooperative members in Bolivia with whom Liberation buys Brazil Nuts. Three short, shaky clips filmed on somebody’s mobile phone from the edges of the Amazon rainforest showed floods, wrecking the infrastructure as people just stood by watching helplessly, and most shockingly a woman speaking directly to the camera, begging for help “Look!… this time it’s the worst. Look how it (the river) has grown…we have been like this since 5 o’clock in the morning.... read more
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