In the face of pests that affect avocado cultivation and market demand, it is important to ensure the quality of vegetative material and the implementation of good agricultural practices for plantations management.
The CDAIS project could continue the work, started by the Regional Program for Innovation and Research for Value Chains, (PRIICA for the Spanish acronym) project. In particular, by reinforcing the functional capacities of the consortiums, created within PRIICA. PRIICA have been working within the avocado chain in San Marcos and Sololá departments. One of the main results of the project has been the establishment of the inter-institutional consortium to promote coordination among all the stakeholders of the chain. The consortia represent a good basis for CDAIS project as gather different stakeholders of the productive chains.
Becoming an alliance of cooperatives and producer associations of 6 different municipalities of Solola department for knowledge and coordinating actions to meet differentiated market demands