Project Regions


India is part of the project because it has a progressive seed legislation which allows the coexistence of Formal Seed Systems and Peasant Seed Systems.


In Niger, the project builds on agrobiodiversity, agroecology and institutional strengthening of organizations and the development of local market systems and value chains.


Chad represents a least developed country, with an abundance of biodiverse agricultural products but as well a high incidence of malnutrition and poverty.


Tanzania represents an African lower middle-income country with emerging agroecological markets and the successful reintroduction of traditional crops.