After the official kick-off and getting to know the Dutch cooperative landscape a little better, the second day was all about farmer unions and the services they provide to their members. That is why we started the day by visiting two members of ZLTO (Southern Agriculture and Horticulture Organization) with the Nepali delegation.Read more
This week, 15 guests from Nepal are visiting The Netherlands for a study tour: 3 representatives of our cooperative clients in Nepal, 11 representatives from the Ministry of Cooperative and Poverty Alleviation (MoCPA), Ministry of Finance (MoF), Department of Cooperatives, Central Cooperative Training Center, GIZ INCLUDE and Cooperative Movements in Nepal, and Agriterra business advisor Trijan Singh. The main reason for their visit is to obtain insights and inspiration on how to use the recently endorsed new Cooperative Act for the benefit of the cooperative movement in Nepal.
Richard van der Maden
business advisor Agriterra