How it started?

It started in 2017 in response to issues in employment and production development in rural communities, and as an answer to the considerable regional deficit in the production and supply of animals for family consumption

We provide training and advice to small and medium-size producers as a strategy for labour inclusion, with the purpose of achieving the consolidation of formal businesses, which can become sources of personal and family livelihood, with a profitable production that is favourable to the local economy.


rural entrepreneurs
(35% women)

80 hs

of training annually

Our program

Includes contents about:

Business planning

Client and market analysis and product presentation

Financial management and workforce monitoring

Advice and mentoring in funding raising

Regulations related to pig production and marketing processes


We strategically run and coordinate a NETWORK of 13 public and private institutions that seek to develop genuine employment in rural communities, giving producers the technical and entrepreneurial knowledge they need to be able to professionalise and improve their production quality.

Become an entrepreneur with our help!