MAP is a platform that integrates research, education and development activities; it was designed and is being implemented under the climate smart territories (CSTs) approach. The platform links donors, research and education centers, civil society organizations, and agencies of local and national governments in order to support sustainable rural development in the Mesoamerican region.
We invite you to learn more about Map in the following video.
- • With these tools experts analyzed how to include in the participatory research...
Mesoamerican Agroenvironmental Program (MAP) impacts the lives of millions of families during its first yearMore than 2,500 families produce new species of vegetables and fruits in family...
Before, we thought that to have these things, we would have to have a huge garden, but we have learned that on these 25 varas we can produce all those crops that we have there and I thank you very much because I am improving my children’s diet.
Margarita Hernández, Comunidad de Verapaz-Matagalpa, Nicaragua
I have felt proud of working in the program because, in truth, I have felt quite encouraged with the work…it made a big difference, because a pound of tomatoes would cost me 16 córdobas and I was not going to be able to buy them for my children; then I saw the difference…that growing them, I didn’t need to be thinking about finding that money.