Bridge to Inclusion

Bridge to Inclusion is a 5-Year program that takes marginalized farmers, with low quality and production , and enables them to become resilient entrepreneurs and job creators by providing training, production loans and marketing services that increase inclusion in global markets. Farmer to Farmer is seeking to raise $50,000 in 2021 and in 2022 toContinue reading “Bridge to Inclusion”

Celebrating 20 Years

Where Have We Been? Farmer to Farmer began in 2001 with the goal to provide the opportunity of land ownership to landless farmers in rural Nicaragua.  This program has been successful in bringing families out of extreme poverty, bringing them to full food security, and setting them on a path to financial stability.    20 Years ofContinue reading “Celebrating 20 Years”

The Landless Farmer

“Landless farmer”…how is that possible? A farmer without land cannot fulfill his calling. He cannot feed himself or his family. Where wealthy landlords control available property as large plantations, a farmer of humble means will struggle to exist. He must rent land from the landlord who profits from his labor. If the next year someoneContinue reading “The Landless Farmer”

A Season of Transition: Part 3

Farmer to Farmer began in 2003 with much enthusiasm and optimism.  Through the Land Ownership for Landless Farmers Program, families were successfully being brought out of extreme poverty.  However, there have been many challenges as well.  A major challenge for the farmers is lack of access to capital and markets.   For this reason, Farmer to Farmer will be addingContinue reading “A Season of Transition: Part 3”

A Season of Transition: Part 2

Farmer to Farmer began in 2003 with much enthusiasm and optimism.  Through the Land Ownership for Landless Farmers Program, families were successfully being brought out of extreme poverty.  However, there have been many challenges as well.  A major challenge for the farmers is lack of access to capital and markets.   For this reason, Farmer to Farmer will be addingContinue reading “A Season of Transition: Part 2”

A Season of Transition: Part 1

Farmer to Farmer began in 2003 with much enthusiasm and optimism.  Through the Land Ownership for Landless Farmers Program, families were successfully being brought out of extreme poverty.  However, there have been many challenges as well.  A major challenge for the farmers is lack of access to capital and markets.   For this reason, Farmer to Farmer will be addingContinue reading “A Season of Transition: Part 1”