CLUSA

AcronymDefinition
CLUSACooperative League of the United States of America (Washinton, DC)
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NCBA CLUSA is committed to building a cooperative future through its role as a facilitator, convener and supporting partner.
During a press conference held on March 10, NCBA CLUSA publically announced the existence of the USCCWG and reported on their key findings and next steps for U.
NCAP is virtually a training project where Lead Farmers are capacitated to make an impact in their communities in the interest of national food security and in reversing soil degradation", said Richard Shikongo, NCAP Coordinator for CLUSA.
Thus, the Okongo event was a public celebration of the partnership Kongalend has forged with CLUSA Namibia (and its implementing partner, Ondangwa-based Creative Entrepreneurs Solutions of Ezy Stove fame) and Komeho Namibia.
NCBA CLUSA is planning a second trip to Cuba this July, this time, with an emphasis on more transparency and exploring the possibility of credit union development, Beall said.
CLUSA maintains a long institutional commitment to the success of the farmers in Mozambique.
According to Richard Shikongo, NCAP Coordinator for CLUSA, Keshongo's yields are a great example of what can be achieved when Conservation Agriculture is practised.
Tom Decker, director of cooperative development for NCBA CLUSA, led the group through an overview of cooperative development in the United States, from the birth of agriculture, finance and electric co-ops in the 1920s-'30s to a recent upswing in consumer cooperatives as communities increasingly value organic, farm-to-table food.
In addition to advocacy by Warbasse and CLUSA, the New Deal officials were especially influenced by the example of the Farmers Union Cooperative Hospital in Elk City, Okl.
The Hall of Fame is administered by CDF, a nonprofit affiliate of the National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International (NCBA CLUSA).
The National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International (NCBA CLUSA) has signed a five-year, $70 million cooperative agreement with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to help accelerate economic growth for individuals and families in the Sahel regions of Niger and Burkina Faso.