Canada-Honduras Value-Added Agroforestry Project (CAHOVA)
Cooperative Development Organisation
Period of Implementation
Bilateral Aid: Global Affairs Canada and SOCODEVI own funds
Type of Activity
The project has helped improve production techniques, management capabilities, competitiveness, market access, and resilience to climate change for agro-forestry producers. Between 2016 and 2021, the average farm income of households participating in our CAHOVA project activities grew by 36%. 4800 peoples now know about agroforestry best practices and have had the opportunity to learn about gender inclusion. 205 women have become leaders in their cooperative enterprises. 900 hectares of climate-smart agroforestry systems established among some 1,300 families. 95% of supported enterprises now have a gender equality plan in place to ensure greater participation of women.
Improved living conditions for poor women and men members of agroforestry associative enterprises in five departments of Honduras.
Impact on SDGs