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Scott Euser
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I've just finisihed a Master's degree in Public Policy and Human Development. I have been interested in business development (particularly in fragile states) for a number of years and have some experience consulting and helping develop small business through internships in Tanzania and South Africa. I have experience in the oil sector in Naro Moru, Kenya and have been researching post-conflict development in Sudan for my Master's thesis.

For me, this is an excellent opportunity to work in Progress Network to increase my experience in the development of small producers.

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Agricultural Finance Yearbook 2010 Uganda- Marrying Finance and Farming

Very interesting and informative report posted by Agri-ProFocus about the financial sector in Uganda with a comprehensive review of the 2010 situation entitled "Agricultural Finance Yearbook 2010- Marrying Finance and Farming". Here is an excerpt from their post:

It is increasingly recognized, in Uganda, in…

Posted on October 10, 2011 at 11:30am — 1 Comment

Community based management of natural resources better than strict protecting areas

According to the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), more than 13 million hectares (32 million acres) of forests are lost globally every year, an area around the size of England. Community-based

forest management now comprises 8 percent of the world’s managed forests, and up to 20 percent of Latin America’s forests. 

Recently released research says that more rule-making autonomy at the local level leads to better forest

management and improved livelihood…


Posted on September 12, 2011 at 10:00am

Working Through Challenges in Coffee

Published by Fairtrade International:

Bolivian coffee farmers and cooperative managers gathered around wooden tables in the airy building and listened with rapt attention to the trainer. Few of them had extensive experience with the topic at hand – risk management strategies and contract negotiation – but all of them understood the importance following a difficult…


Posted on August 15, 2011 at 3:43pm

A tale of coffee bean roaster struggles with increasing prices

Extreme weather, rising demand in emerging markets such as Indonesia and China and an influx in speculative trading in the futures market have driven the price of coffee beans so high that local roasters are reaching a breaking point.

James Cadariu, roast master for Bloomfield Hills-based Great Lakes Coffee Roasting Co., said the rise in prices…


Posted on August 9, 2011 at 3:33pm — 1 Comment

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At 4:46am on December 8, 2011, Prashanth.Muniyappa said…

Dear Scott,


Thanks for the response, it will great if u can give me the information.

At 7:03am on November 24, 2011, BUKENYA PETER said…

Sorry Scott hope it will be updated briefly  african organic is a private limited company that deals both in fresh, dry and semi processed products from uganda the company Deals in  is certified organic products and its main markets are in europe  since 1993. the products are certified  by IMO switerzerland


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