The project of Agrimundo consists to realize a thematic study of familial agriculture. While traveling, they will be all across the globe, from Europe to Asia, Africa, to Latin America observing different agricultural projects for the NGOs and local actors.
The origin of the concept is simple. They are members after many years of association with a Franco-Burkinababe NGO, Laagm Taaba, that was opened and initiated in Burkina Faso from the question being asked: using family agriculture to better and secure help for people in the village of Namoukouka.
Meet the two Argomunders
François, from France: Graduated from a master 2 at I.A.E. in Management and Project Management, and a Master 1 from the School of Business and Development 3A, specializing in international development projects. Project manager for 5 years at Adie, association of support and financing to the creation of company. Passionate about the anthropology of development in the Global South.
Victoria, from Argentina: Graduate of a BAC +3 at the General Institute Manuel Belgrano, as Technician and Senior Coordinator in Tourism. Rosario, Argentina. Travel agent for 7 years, especially at “Trans-atlantica Voyages et Tourisme”, specializing in international travel booking and advice. Passionate about discovering other cultures and lifestyles around the world.
Below find a video presentation with information of the project: