Under a programme funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) in Mozambique, called Prosul, DADTCO works together with SNV and a governmental party. This tripartite has several components of collaboration. One is to transform one of DADTCO’s platform sites into a Service Hub for farmers.

This service hub will provide the services like market access through identified markets principally DADTCO but could also explore other markets if supply exceeds demand, access to inputs for cassava and other agricultural products, and access to a wide variety of services like advisory, mechanization, storage etc. etc. The ownership will be partly shared by the farmers.

Another component of the collaboration managed by SNV, is the disbursement of high yield and pest and diseases resistant cassava varieties with DADTCO providing the reliable and guaranteed cassava market.