CSR CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS VISIT AGROAMÉRICA’S FARMS.

Last August 22, a tour was conducted in Agroamérica’s banana plantations in the Costa Sur with participants of the VIII Central American Regional Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility -CONVERTIRSE-, with the aim to share Agroamérica’s good practices and social responsibility programs. Finca La Sierra had the opportunity to receive delegates from Nicaragua, Honduras and Colombia, [...]

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AGROAMERICA PARTICIPATED IN THE 7TH SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FORUM: “SUSTAINABLE DIALOGUE, THE PATH TOWARDS DEVELOPMENT”.

Guatemala, July 2013. For Agroamerica, dialogue is the base for social cohesion, for that reason participated in the 7th National Forum on Social Responsibility 2013: “Sustainable Dialogue, the path towards development”, organized by The Corporate Social Responsibility Center in Guatemala –CentraRSE–. Agroamerica invited 11 community leaders from the South West meeting point (bordering Quetzaltenango, Retalhuleu [...]

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AGROAMERICA PARTICIPATES IN CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY-CSR- ACTIVITIES AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL.

Guatemala, December 2012. Agroamerica participates in Corporate Social Responsibility activities, organized by the Canadian Embassy and CentraRSE, in order to share CSR projects of the company, learn from other businessmen, and help Guatemalan society achieve sustainable development in the country. Last month, Agroamerica participated in the forum “The importance of dialog with stakeholders to develop [...]

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Agroamerica invited community leaders to participate in a Corporate Social Responsibility workshop (CRS) sponsored by Centrarse.

Guatemala, August 2011. A group of community leaders from Escuintla were invited by Agroamérica to participate in the workshop: “Introducing CSR in Communities.” This workshop was part of the annual Responsible Businesses in Guatemala conference organized by the Centrarse Association. The participating community leaders came from four rural areas in the Department of Escuintla: San [...]

By | August 25th, 2011|News|0 Comments