Horticulture in a trilateral project (U.S., Brazil, and beneficiary countries Mozambique, Haiti, Honduras)


Walter Bowen with the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences presents on the United States and Brazil working together on horticulture in Haiti, Honduras, and Mozambique at the 2016 Symposium on Horticultural Science at Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Trilateral or triangular cooperation is a relationship between a traditional donor, emerging donor, and the beneficiary country for technical and development assistance that can benefit bilateral cooperation. The goal for the United States, Brazil, and the beneficiary country partners is to reduce poverty and hunger through improving agricultural production, food security, and nutrition. Best practices for trilateral cooperation includes ownership and alignment, collaboration and coordination, and adaptive governance.




Haiti Honduras