Like the rest of the world, NCBA CLUSA quickly learned to adapt and innovate to continue implementing projects during the pandemic. Over the past year, our teams and partners in Peru and Ecuador faced some of the worst impacts of COVID-19, but they have also demonstrated incredible resilience.
Join us on Thursday, June 24 from 10-11:30 EDT to learn how NCBA CLUSA innovated for impact in 2020, and what lessons we can apply to a post-COVID world. During “Innovating for Impact: Adaptations and Lessons Learned from Working Virtually,” we’ll explore lessons learned for providing remote technical assistance and virtual engagement opportunities through our U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) and Cooperative Development Program (CDP) projects. We’ll hear from experts representing key cooperative, apex and ministry partners, as well as F2F volunteers.
Moderated by Camila Piñeiro Harnecker, director of NCBA CLUSA’s Strengthening Cooperatives and Producer Organizations Practice Area, this webinar will include first-hand accounts from the NCBA CLUSA staff below, followed by a panel discussion. We’ll also hear remarks from Fernando A. de Villena, project management specialist in USAID Peru‘s Office of Alternative Development.
This webinar will be presented in English and Spanish, with simultaneous interpretation for both English- and Spanish-speaking attendees.
Co-op Monte Azul
Director of Associative Strengthening
Ministry of Agriculture, Ecuador