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Title Ia toto lou lumana'i : growing your future / by Galumalemana Steven Percival.

Published Apia, Samoa : Paradigm Documentaries, 2009.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (26 minutes).
Series Ethnographic video online, volume 3.
Ethnographic video online, volume 3.
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed September 16, 2014).
Summary In Samoa, approximately 30,000 smallholder farmers depend on fruit and vegetables and traditional crops for subsistence. Some 900 farms are commercial growers. Reaching a total population of 190,000 people, this sector contributes significantly to the sustainable development of Samoa. Given the importance of fresh fruit and vegetables to a healthy diet, the substantial market opportunities and the need to further develop the industry, stakeholders along the entire value chain have decided to develop a strategy for the sector. In response to this, the Government of Samoa requested support from the International Trade Centre to assist stakeholders develop a comprehensive strategy for the fruit and vegetable sector. This initiative is funded by the European Union under the All ACP Agricultural Commodities Programme and in the Pacific Region includes 4 implementing agencies, FAO, World Bank, Unctad and ITC. This film is about the Samoa Fruit and Vegetables Sector Strategy.
Other formats Previously released as DVD.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2014. (Ethnographic video online, volume 3). Available via World Wide Web.
Language notes In English.
Other author Percival, Galumalemana Steven, director.
Subject Fruit trade -- Government policy -- Samoa.
Vegetable trade -- Government policy -- Samoa.
Produce trade -- Government policy -- Samoa.
Documentary films.