In the given sentence, ?cooperating? is incorrect since it is not parallel to anything before ?and?. Now, this part can be made parallel to either ?works? or ?strengthen?, producing any of the below two meanings:
- The foundation works to cooperate with governments
- The foundation cooperates with governments
The second meaning looks more logical since one can cooperate directly; one doesn?t need to work to cooperate. However, it?s better to be open to both of these meanings.
Also, ?improving access? is presented as a verb-ing modifier modifying the preceding clause. However, it doesn?t make a lot of sense: ?improving access for farmers? doesn?t look like a natural consequence of foundation?s cooperating with the government.
The third problem is non-idiomatic ?access for productive resources?. When we want to talk about ? what is to be accessed?, we need to use ?access to?. ?access for farmers? is correct since here we are talking about ? who needs to access?.