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This is a podcast series for professionals working in the agribusiness industry that seek insights in sustainable value chain development. Together with our partners we dive into our work and share cross-sector learnings and best practices. We reflect on innovative business models related to topics as inclusive finance and gender equality. IDH convenes public-private partnerships, co-invests, constructs innovative pilots, and stimulates sustainable production and trade to create systemic change at scale.

Latest Episodes

19 - Closing the living wage gap: the ‘banana retail commitment’

This month we are talking aboutthe first nation-wide commitment from retailersto close the living wage gap in the banana supply chain. You'll hear from Cindy Verhoeven from Superunie, a buying cooperative andJordy van Honk, IDH’s Global Director agro-commodities. They will talk abouthowthis commitment came about,the next steps ahead, as well as practical tips on how to work on living wage in your supply chain. For more information about the banana retail commitment visit: https://www.idhsustainabletrade.com/banana-retail-commitment/

19 MIN1 w ago
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19 - Closing the living wage gap: the ‘banana retail commitment’

18 - On World Food Day let's put the farmer household at the center

On this World Food Daywe put the farmerhousehold at the centerl!Because despite most of the world’s foodbeing grown by smallholder farmers, they also account for around half of the most undernourished people. This has to change, as not only does access to nutritious food have a significant impact on the overall health and resilience of smallholder farming families but also on rural economies. In our latest podcast IDH's CEO Joost Oorthuizen and Gaël Lescornec, Manager Cocoa & Food Security, talk through the three pillars of food security: availability, affordability and nutrition, and how each contributes to a more resilient farmer household.

20 MINOCT 16
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18 - On World Food Day let's put the farmer household at the center

17 - The chocolate bar that is a pioneer for green investments

A brand new chocolate bar from Ransiki sub-district in West-Papua, Indonesia, is one of the pioneers for green investment in the area. The cocoa is sustainably grown in Ransiki and the chocolate bar is the result of a collaboration between chocolate maker Pipiltin Cocoa, the local and provincial governments, the farmers' cooperative and IDH Indonesia. Melati from IDH Indonesia and Tissa Aunilla from Pipiltin Cocoa talk about the collaboration and how the local indigenous community is involved, surrounding forests are protected and new investments are attracted to the area. More about IDH, the Sustainable Trade Initiative: https://www.idhsustainabletrade.com

28 MINOCT 10
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17 - The chocolate bar that is a pioneer for green investments

16 - How farm-data commercialization is good for farmers

Today we are going to talk about the world of data and agriculture. Data is very valuable as it can greatly improve farm management. Sharing these data insights helps cross-learning between businesses from different countries and different commodities. For that reason Yayasan IDH organizes its first Learning Launch Pad and brought together six experts specialized in technology and business development for one week to solve a tech challenge in the agricultural value chain. Jay Akkireddy, from IDH & the lead of the Launch Pad, and Evert-Jan Verschuren from SpiceUp talk about the big challenge SpiceUp is facing: how can we make farm data commercialization good for farmers? Learn more about the Learning Launch Pad: https://www.idhsustainabletrade.com/project/learning-launch-pad/

16 MINSEP 9
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16 - How farm-data commercialization is good for farmers

15 - Value Chain Development in Africa

In this month's podcast we hear from Kebba Colley, Director Inclusive Business Development at IDH. Kebba works on Agricultural Value Chain Development in Africa, both with African SMEs and global brands. We'll dive into both perspectives: how can African SMEs reach domestic, regional and global markets; how can global brands increase their sourcing from Africa; and what does this all mean for the continent?

11 MINMAR 27
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15 - Value Chain Development in Africa

14 - From agroforestry to access to finance: Challenges and solutions in cocoa production

In this month's episode we talk to Jonas Mva Mva, IDH's Cocoa Program Director to learn more about some of the issues in the Cocoa sector and how IDH and partners are working together to address them. We also learn about the link between cocoa and deforestation, the Green Cocoa Program in Cameroon and the importance of finance to smallholder farms.

20 MINFEB 28
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14 - From agroforestry to access to finance: Challenges and solutions in cocoa production

13 - Finding the common ground within multi-stakeholder programs

In this month's episode we hear from Richard Fairburn who shares his personal experience and lessons learned as senior advisor in many of IDH's programs. What conditions are important for a good and open discussion? How do you deal with priorities and interests of different stakeholders? Based on several practical field examples, Richard gives tips and advise on how to best ensure engagement within multi-stakeholder programs.

17 MINJAN 28
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13 - Finding the common ground within multi-stakeholder programs

12 - The Art of Collaborative Transformation

We are in the business of wicked problems: to make change within the complexity of international trade. The question is: how do we do that? In our newly published book Collaborative Transformation we reflect on the work we've done over the past 10 years to find what mechanisms. In today's podcast Carla Romeu-Dalmau, senior manager of Impact and Learning at IDH, and co-author of the book, dives into the five dimensions needed to drive change. Curious for more? Download the eBook for free here: www.artofcollaboration.org.

17 MIN2018 DEC 20
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12 - The Art of Collaborative Transformation

11 - Farmfit Business Support and Fund

IDH launched together with the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation and DIFD, and with the Rabobank, JDE, Unilever, Mondelez, USAid and the Dutch government respectively the 30M USD IDH Farmfit Business Support and the 100M EUR IDH Farmfit Fund.

10 MIN2018 NOV 28
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11 - Farmfit Business Support and Fund

10 - A new sustainable market mechanism: Verified Sourcing Areas

A new regional model is needed to supply sustainable commodities in large quantities in a cost and time efficient manner. This new model is the Verified Sourcing Area (VSA), currently being piloted by IDH and its partners in Brazil and Indonesia. A VSA is a defined area or jurisdiction with a clear governance system linked directly to sustainability criteria on the ground and with international market demand. Daan Wensing, Director of the Landscape Program at IDH, explains how it works.

22 MIN2018 OCT 30
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10 - A new sustainable market mechanism: Verified Sourcing Areas

Latest Episodes

19 - Closing the living wage gap: the ‘banana retail commitment’

This month we are talking aboutthe first nation-wide commitment from retailersto close the living wage gap in the banana supply chain. You'll hear from Cindy Verhoeven from Superunie, a buying cooperative andJordy van Honk, IDH’s Global Director agro-commodities. They will talk abouthowthis commitment came about,the next steps ahead, as well as practical tips on how to work on living wage in your supply chain. For more information about the banana retail commitment visit: https://www.idhsustainabletrade.com/banana-retail-commitment/

19 MIN1 w ago
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19 - Closing the living wage gap: the ‘banana retail commitment’

18 - On World Food Day let's put the farmer household at the center

On this World Food Daywe put the farmerhousehold at the centerl!Because despite most of the world’s foodbeing grown by smallholder farmers, they also account for around half of the most undernourished people. This has to change, as not only does access to nutritious food have a significant impact on the overall health and resilience of smallholder farming families but also on rural economies. In our latest podcast IDH's CEO Joost Oorthuizen and Gaël Lescornec, Manager Cocoa & Food Security, talk through the three pillars of food security: availability, affordability and nutrition, and how each contributes to a more resilient farmer household.

20 MINOCT 16
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18 - On World Food Day let's put the farmer household at the center

17 - The chocolate bar that is a pioneer for green investments

A brand new chocolate bar from Ransiki sub-district in West-Papua, Indonesia, is one of the pioneers for green investment in the area. The cocoa is sustainably grown in Ransiki and the chocolate bar is the result of a collaboration between chocolate maker Pipiltin Cocoa, the local and provincial governments, the farmers' cooperative and IDH Indonesia. Melati from IDH Indonesia and Tissa Aunilla from Pipiltin Cocoa talk about the collaboration and how the local indigenous community is involved, surrounding forests are protected and new investments are attracted to the area. More about IDH, the Sustainable Trade Initiative: https://www.idhsustainabletrade.com

28 MINOCT 10
Comments
17 - The chocolate bar that is a pioneer for green investments

16 - How farm-data commercialization is good for farmers

Today we are going to talk about the world of data and agriculture. Data is very valuable as it can greatly improve farm management. Sharing these data insights helps cross-learning between businesses from different countries and different commodities. For that reason Yayasan IDH organizes its first Learning Launch Pad and brought together six experts specialized in technology and business development for one week to solve a tech challenge in the agricultural value chain. Jay Akkireddy, from IDH & the lead of the Launch Pad, and Evert-Jan Verschuren from SpiceUp talk about the big challenge SpiceUp is facing: how can we make farm data commercialization good for farmers? Learn more about the Learning Launch Pad: https://www.idhsustainabletrade.com/project/learning-launch-pad/

16 MINSEP 9
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16 - How farm-data commercialization is good for farmers

15 - Value Chain Development in Africa

In this month's podcast we hear from Kebba Colley, Director Inclusive Business Development at IDH. Kebba works on Agricultural Value Chain Development in Africa, both with African SMEs and global brands. We'll dive into both perspectives: how can African SMEs reach domestic, regional and global markets; how can global brands increase their sourcing from Africa; and what does this all mean for the continent?

11 MINMAR 27
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15 - Value Chain Development in Africa

14 - From agroforestry to access to finance: Challenges and solutions in cocoa production

In this month's episode we talk to Jonas Mva Mva, IDH's Cocoa Program Director to learn more about some of the issues in the Cocoa sector and how IDH and partners are working together to address them. We also learn about the link between cocoa and deforestation, the Green Cocoa Program in Cameroon and the importance of finance to smallholder farms.

20 MINFEB 28
Comments
14 - From agroforestry to access to finance: Challenges and solutions in cocoa production

13 - Finding the common ground within multi-stakeholder programs

In this month's episode we hear from Richard Fairburn who shares his personal experience and lessons learned as senior advisor in many of IDH's programs. What conditions are important for a good and open discussion? How do you deal with priorities and interests of different stakeholders? Based on several practical field examples, Richard gives tips and advise on how to best ensure engagement within multi-stakeholder programs.

17 MINJAN 28
Comments
13 - Finding the common ground within multi-stakeholder programs

12 - The Art of Collaborative Transformation

We are in the business of wicked problems: to make change within the complexity of international trade. The question is: how do we do that? In our newly published book Collaborative Transformation we reflect on the work we've done over the past 10 years to find what mechanisms. In today's podcast Carla Romeu-Dalmau, senior manager of Impact and Learning at IDH, and co-author of the book, dives into the five dimensions needed to drive change. Curious for more? Download the eBook for free here: www.artofcollaboration.org.

17 MIN2018 DEC 20
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12 - The Art of Collaborative Transformation

11 - Farmfit Business Support and Fund

IDH launched together with the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation and DIFD, and with the Rabobank, JDE, Unilever, Mondelez, USAid and the Dutch government respectively the 30M USD IDH Farmfit Business Support and the 100M EUR IDH Farmfit Fund.

10 MIN2018 NOV 28
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11 - Farmfit Business Support and Fund

10 - A new sustainable market mechanism: Verified Sourcing Areas

A new regional model is needed to supply sustainable commodities in large quantities in a cost and time efficient manner. This new model is the Verified Sourcing Area (VSA), currently being piloted by IDH and its partners in Brazil and Indonesia. A VSA is a defined area or jurisdiction with a clear governance system linked directly to sustainability criteria on the ground and with international market demand. Daan Wensing, Director of the Landscape Program at IDH, explains how it works.

22 MIN2018 OCT 30
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10 - A new sustainable market mechanism: Verified Sourcing Areas
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