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Effective IPM Association is a research and capacity development membership organization promoting integrated pest management and other sustainable development interventions to improve livelihoods by linking local challenges to global solutions. We work with different partners including local and vulnerable communities to strengthen their economic, social and environmental wellbeing.
A healthy, safe and prosperous society
To provide leadership in integrated pest manageme...
The Egyptian Biodynamic Association (EBDA), now Demeter Egypt, was established in 1994. The EBDA is an independent non-governmental organization that supports farmers in Egypt to shift from conventional practices to sustainable, organic, and biodynamic agriculture.
Over the past decades, the EBDA is guiding more than 1300 farmers from around all governorates in Egypt towards organic and biodynamic agriculture. EBDA was able to increase the living standard of its member farmers through the we...
Falcon Citizen League (FCL) is involved in encouraging farmers to become organic producers. FCL has an organic market in Mauritius. it has a Bio-organic cooperatives society LTD. FCL produce and market his own natural soil enricher / herbal insecticide “Zero Budget Natural Farming”. FCL is engaging in providing training in Organic farming to poor families. FCL has started to promote Organic Family Farming in the Republic of Mauritius together with Women Association, Small Farmers Welfare Fu...
FENAB is an apolitical, non-denominational non-profit association. It was created in March 2008. It is open to all organizations of producers, sellers, processors, consumers and support organizations working for the development of organic agriculture in Senegal. It is open to African integration.
The mission of FENAB is to:
• To change the mentality of the populations in the direction of the promotion of the biological products;
• Restore soil fertility, restore the equilibrium of ecosyste...
The Food and Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (FAREI) has been established on 14 February 2014 as per the FAREI Act 2013 t It operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Agro Industry and Food Security. The Institute has the responsibility to conduct research in non-sugar crops, livestock, forestry and to provide an extension service to farmers in Mauritius including its outer islands. Objectives and Strategy Introduce, develop and promote novel technologies in the food and non-...
Agronome, Expert en productions biologiques et systèmes de garanties.
je suis basé à Sokodé au centre du Togo au service du développement de l'agriculture biologique et écologique à travers les fonctions et activités suivantes dans nos communautés :
-Facilitateur SPG (Systèmes Participatifs de Garantie) dans le cadre du projet OM4D d'IFOAM-OI et ses partenaires au Togo. La mission consiste à accompagnée le développement des initiatives SPG au Togo et dans le monde pour contribuer à valorise...
Namibian Organic Association (NOA), is a membership-based association of farmers, consumers and other organisations, with the aim of developing the Organic sector in Namibia. The Association has developed the Namibian Standards for Organic Production and introduced a Participatory Guarantee System to assess producers, which gives an organic guarantee to Namibian consumers.
Involved in organic agriculture since 1999, Njaka RAJAONARISON was among the initiator of the national organic movement named MADABIO since 2004. He is providing training, technical support and consulting services (value chain development, access to market informations, business linkages...) for producers, exporters and importers.
Madagascar is the fourth biggest island in the world and is renown because of its mega biodiversity. There is a lot of opportunities in or...
Development of technologies for organic agriculture, dissemination of technologies, support of farmers organisations in production, certification issues and commercialisation.
PGS South Africa is a voluntary organization promoting and supporting the Principles of Organic Agriculture as defined by IFOAM, and serving as a network and support organization for the development of market access for farmers through the PGS system of organic assurance.
- Promouvoir l’agriculture biologique en RDC
- Représenter l’agriculture biologique en RDC
- Faciliter la mise en place des lois et règlements ainsi que des conseils techniques dans le domaine de la production, la certification et la commercialisation des produits biologiques
- Coordonner toutes les activités relatives à la certification biologique et les services de l’inspection acceptables au niveau tant national, régional et international.
- Promouvoir la commercialisation des produi...
The network of agroecological initiatives in MOROCCO is a Moroccan national association whose purpose is to inform, link and connect, to meet, advocate, share, capitalize and pool on agroecology in Morocco. He has just developed a participatory guarantee system. It is trying to develop an observatory of agroecology in Morocco. It has organized regional forums for sustainable agriculture and national meetings for the agroecological transition between 2016 and 2018.
The Rwanda Organic Agriculture Movement (ROAM) is a National Umbrella Organization established in 2007 to respond to the needs expressed by different stakeholders in the organic sector (producers, farmers, processors, exporters and importers), to have an organized and more focused movement to spearhead the stimulation, development and promotion of the organic sector towards finding solutions to different challenges faced by the sector in Rwanda. ROAM's key activities are related to raise awar...
The SEKEM Group of Companies is a part of the SEKEM Initiative founded in 1977 by Dr. Ibrahim Abouleish to strengthen Sustainable Development in Egypt by producing, processing, and marketing Organic and Biodynamic foodstuff, textiles, and phyto-pharmaceuticals in Egypt, the Arab World, and on international markets. SEKEM has been widely praised as an “Egyptian organic pioneer” and has received the 2003 Right Livelihood Award (“Alternative Nobel Prize”) as a „Business Model for the 21th Centur...
SAOSO works to unite with farmers, producers, retailers and consumers of organic products so that collectively we can aim to successfully protect the future food freedom and natural ecology of South Africa. SAOSO's strategy is “Taking responsibility for food sovereignty and Sustainable Development through Organic Production and Agroecology Practices whilst reversing the adverse effects of climate change”.
The majority of farmers are using acknowledged agroecological methods to improve their livelihoods, conserve the environment and reduce pressure on natural resources
To transform farming practices in TZ through proper knowledge dissemination
To build the capacity of farmers so that they can effectively participate in the value chain
To collaborate with relevant partners in public and private sector in order to strengthen their capacity in agroecology
To work as ...