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Ennis, Glenroy Renwick, Shamin

Characterisation of Family Farms in the Caribbean A Study of Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Trinidad and Tobago IICA 2017 - 137 p.

The study was conducted with the support of researchers from the University of West Indies, Dr. David Dolly and Mr. Glenroy Ennis, who traveled to each of the countries to carry out the interviews and field visits, with the support of the IICA representatives in the selected countries. The Institute appreciates the professionalism of the researchers involved and their dedication to the conduct of this research and advises that the comments and opinions expressed in the document are those of the researchers and do not necessarily represent the position of the Institute on the subject.
The publication of this document seeks to promote a critical analysis of the conditions of family agriculture in Caribbean countries; a reflection on possible scenarios that allow its strengthening and sustainable development; and a debate on the design and implementation of public policies that can generate the conditions so that these scenarios become successful and sustainable realities.

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EXPLOTACION AGRICOLA FAMILIAR
COOPERACION INTERNACIONAL
POLITICA DE DESARROLLO
ENTORNO SOCIOECONOMICO
METODOLOGIA
SECTOR AGRARIO


GUYANA
GUYANA
GUYANA
HAITI
HAITI
HAITI
JAMAICA
JAMAIQUE
JAMAICA
SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES
SAINT-VINCENT-ET-GRENADINES
SAN VICENTE Y LAS GRANADINAS