News: The Salt Solution

COVID-19: ICCO Provides Extra Agri-Inputs for 5,000 Farmers

The Postcode Lottery-funded project The Salt Solution is working to increase the food production of 5,000 vulnerable farming ...

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5 Stages Towards Climate Resilient Local Food Systems

October 16 marks World Food Day, a day on which the whole world reflects on SDG2: Zero Hunger. ...

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Salt-affected land becomes productive again

The project the Salt Solution in which ICCO introduces salt tolerant crops in Bangladesh, shows positive results ...

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New saline training centre in Bangladesh

ICCO, Saline Farming and Lal Teer Seed Limited are setting up a training center for saline agriculture ...

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Grow the Farmer. Feed the Planet: Meet Khadiza Begum

Meet Khadiza Begum, a smallholder farmer from Bangladesh who participates in the project the Salt Solution.

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Investing in Global Prospects

Recently the Dutch Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Sigrid Kaag published the policy document for ...

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First Harvest of Salt-Tolerant Vegetables in Bangladesh

Last year, ICCO received a contribution from the Dutch Postcode Lottery for our project The Salt Solution.

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Postcode Lottery Supports Innovative ICCO Project in Bangladesh

It was a festive evening when the Postcode Lottery held their annual event. For ICCO it was ...

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As of 1st January 2021 ICCO has joined forces with Cordaid and continues as one organization under the name Cordaid.

ICCO’s international website will remain online for the time being and can be visited here or go to Cordaid: www.cordaid.org