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Ernesto Mendez

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University of Vermont

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University of Vermont

322 South Prospect Street

Burlington, Vermont,05401

United States

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We are the tertiary referral center for Vermont, areas of New Hampshire, and upstate New York. Our patients represent the entire range of socioeconomic diversity and we serve large refugee populations from Africa, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, and the Balkan...more

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ACOES - La Concordia, El Salvador | Alternative Grounds

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Cooperative Coffees met with this coop in 2008 through a reference from Ernesto Mendez, a professor of agro-ecology at the University of Vermont.
Mendez has been working with this group for years and was impressed by their dedication, hard work, and positive attitude which have allowed them to survive in the tough and unstable political and economic landscape of El Salvador. According to Mendez, "members of "La Concordia" cooperative were keen to "learn about the ecological processes taking place in their fields, and recognize the potential these have for improving their livelihoods".


New CCRP Advisory Committee Members | McKnight Foundation

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V. Ernesto Méndez is an associate professor of agroecology in the Plant and Soil Science Department and Environmental Program at the University of Vermont, and currently a visiting professor of agroecology at the Tropical Agriculture Research and Higher Education Center in Costa Rica.
Ernesto's research and teaching focus on developing and applying transdisciplinary approaches that analyze interactions among agriculture, livelihoods, and environmental conservation in rural landscapes. Long-term projects include working on agroecological management, food security climate change adaptation with smallholder coffee farmers in Mesoamerica, and agricultural resilience in a changing climate in Vermont. Ernesto holds a Ph.D. in Agroecology and Environmental Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz. He is a fellow at both the Gund Institute for Ecological Economics and the Center for Sustainable Agriculture at the University of Vermont and an adjunct professor at the International University of Andalucía in Spain. Jemimah Njuki has worked on Gender and Agriculture in many parts of Africa and Asia for the past 15 years. She has overseen implementation of gender responsive and women-targeted research and development projects that link women smallholder farmers to markets, integrate gender in co-operatives, apply participatory gender responsive research, and work with men and women in agriculture development. Jemimah is currently working as the senior program officer at the International Development Research Centre where she manages Cultivate Africa's Future, a joint program of IDRC and the Australian Centre for International Agriculture Research. Prior to joining IDRC, Jemimah was the Team Leader for CARE USA's Women in Agriculture Program, and the Team Leader for Gender, Poverty, and Impact at the International Livestock Research Institute. She has written and edited several books and has published widely on gender and agriculture issues in international journals.


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