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Protect Your Family From Food Fraud – What To Look For (A Panel Discussion)

REGISTER NOW: https://tinyurl.com/9tudcjrp The Cropper Foundation and partners will be hosting a webinar at 2 pm, Tuesday, July 20, 2021, to highlight the occurrence of food fraud in Trinidad and Tobago and educate consumers on steps they can take to protect themselves and their families. The webinar titled “Protect Your Family From Food Fraud – What To Look For” will…

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Pesticides, Pathogens and Preservatives in Food – Beyond What The Eye Can See (A Panel Discussion)

REGISTRATION LINK: https://tinyurl.com/dkxkxphk The Cropper Foundation and partners will be hosting a webinar at 2 pm, Tuesday, July 6, 2021, to offer consumers advice on avoiding invisible threats that can present in food products available at the market or the grocery store. The webinar titled “Pesticides, Pathogens and Preservatives in Food – Beyond What The Eye Can See” will feature…

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Sustainable Agriculture, The Key to Food Security – Panel Discussion with Advice for Consumers

The Cropper Foundation and partners will be hosting a webinar about the role that sustainable agriculture can play in promoting food security for Trinidad and Tobago, Tuesday at 2 pm, June 22, 2021. The webinar titled “Sustainable Agriculture – The key to Food Security” will feature an interactive panel discussion that brings together a diverse group of stakeholders in sustainable…

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Multistakeholder Webinar To Launch National SAFE Food Campaign on World Food Safety Day 2021

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REGISTER: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_a_TJ6RHPQuykdRfMcfkngQ Members of the public are invited to attend an interactive, virtual panel discussion on the topic of food safety in Trinidad and Tobago, June 7, 2021, at 2 pm. This webinar is being hosted in celebration of World Food Safety Day and is named after the theme for 2021 – “SAFE Food Now for a Healthy Tomorrow”. This…

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Trinidadian Professor and NGO Receive Grant from the National Geographic Society to advance Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture

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Professor Patrick Hosein will lead The Cropper Foundation’s research into the use of Artificial Intelligence for Climate-Smart agriculture as a 2021 National Geographic Explorer. Professor Patrick Hosein, through The Cropper Foundation’s newly launched Data for Development Lab, has been awarded a grant from the National Geographic Society to lead the implementation of a project investigating practical applications of artificial intelligence…

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The Cropper Foundation Launches Survey On Consumer Receptiveness To SAFE Food Messaging

The Cropper Foundation Launches Survey on SAFE Food in Trinidad and Tobago

The Cropper Foundation invites you to complete the short survey seen below. For anyone having difficulties, the survey can also be completed by clicking here. – Your responses will help shape a public awareness campaign on choosing SAFE food products in Trinidad and Tobago. Learn more about the IDB-Lab funded action “Making Agriculture Profitable and Sustainable by clicking here. This…

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IICA, TCF and NAMDEVCO taking National Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) digital

As demand for fresh produce grows, the need to assure food safety and public health and at the same time run a cost-efficient farm business has now become a higher standard since COVID-19. For at least two years, the National Agricultural Marketing Development Corporation (NAMDECVO) has been on a mission to increase consumer confidence in the safety of locally produced…

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Environmental Activists Equipped To Become Citizen Journalists For Their Communities

A network of 25 civil society organisations (CSOs) is now equipped with digital technology packages valued at a combined total of $420,000 TTD as part of the European Union–funded training programme CSOs for Good Environmental Governance. Distribution of packages took place throughout the month of December at the office of The Cropper Foundation (TCF) which is the lead implementing partner…

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The Cropper Foundation Creates First-Ever Civil Society Data Lab Tackling Sustainability Challenges in the Caribbean

The Cropper Foundation and TTLAB have launched the Data for Development Lab (D4D Lab), a  ‘Think and Do’ Lab that seeks, among other priorities, to support the increased use of data and technology by civil society within the Caribbean. When it comes to data-driven decision making and technology uptake for sustainable development, the Caribbean does not have a great track…

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