Increasing Agricultural Commodity Trade (IACT)

The main goal of the European Union-funded Increasing Agricultural Commodity Trade (IACT) project is to strengthen the export capacity of Pacific member countries in the primary industries of agriculture, forestry, aquaculture and livestock. The project employs a whole-of-supply chain approach, assisting commercial ventures and producer groups to become export-oriented, market-driven enterprises that will consistently supply overseas markets with competitive agriculture, forestry and aquaculture products. The project is implemented by the Land Resources Division of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) in Suva, Fiji and started in June 2011.

Cook Islands grows green through public-private partnership

Wednesday, 09 May 2012 11:50

A successful public-private partnership in Cook Islands is helping the country realise its plans to revitalise agriculture by developing organic far....

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IACT holds first planning meeting

Thursday, 12 April 2012 07:57

The Increasing Agricultural Commodity Trade (IACT) Project recently held its first planning meeting at the SPC Nabua Campus in Fiji.

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Pacific voice heard at global dialogue on organics

Friday, 10 February 2012 09:48

The GOMA (Global Organic Market Access) conference held in Nuremburg, Germany from 13 to 16 February 2012, entitled Let the Good Products Flow, exam....

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SPC and French Polynesia collaborate on regional organics meeting

Tuesday, 08 May 2012 08:40

A meeting to progress the work of the Pacific organic and ethical trade movement is being held in Papeete, French Polynesia, from 3 to 8 May. It has....

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SPC conducts survey on coconuts in northern Fiji

Friday, 23 March 2012 11:42
Agriculture staff interviewing a coconut farmer durring the survey

SPC recently conducted a three-week survey in Cakaudrove Province, Fiji, to collect baseline data on current young coconut production capability and....

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