Author name: IIRR-Annie

Prolinnova-Philippines 3rd quarter 2023 update

In the third quarter of 2023, Prolinnova-Philippines continued its efforts to strengthen partnerships and empower farmers. This report summarises notable activities conducted by the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) in alignment with the Prolinnova approach during this period. Moving forward, the Prolinnova-Philippines Country Platform aims to rebuild or strengthen partnerships while continuing to share …

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Philippines Country Platform report: partnership round-up

As Covid-19 stopped many development initiatives and activities of members of the Philippines Country Platform, the secretariat IIRR is re-grouping and looking to expand its partnership. As a start, IIRR has leveraged its various types of collaboration with the academe and research and development arms of government agencies to deliver outcomes for the poor and …

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About the Nepal Country Platform

Prolinnova-Nepal aims at developing and institutionalising partnership and methodologies that promote processes of local innovation in environmentally sound use of natural resources. It is an initiative undertaken in partnership between several Nepal-based organisations. Some activities of Prolinnova–Nepal since it was set up in 2004 have been: reviewing previous studies and documents on local innovation, developing …

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Structure of Prolinnova

Subregional Coordinators visualise Prolinnova CoP in Africa The Prolinnova Subregional Coordinators in Africa have visualised the complexity and multiple links within the Prolinnova community of practice (CoP) in Africa – made up of the two subregional platforms in West & Central Africa and in Eastern & Southern Africa – and their links with Prolinnova structures …

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About the Prolinnova-Ghana platform

Development organisations and researchers working in rural communities have often failed to base their intervention technologies and approaches on small-scale farmers’ innovative capacities and active participation in the context of local production systems on which they have depended for decades for their livelihoods. Introduced technologies have often failed because they depend on high levels of …

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PID in water management: introduction

Voir la traduction française ci-dessous Introduction to Phase 2 of Proli-GEAFaSa The project ”Promoting local innovation in water management in family farming in the Sahel” (Promotion de l’innovation locale dans la Gestion de l’Eau en Agriculture Familiale au Sahel, Proli-GEAFaSa) ran from January 2020 to December 2022 in two West African countries of the international …

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About the Senegal Country Platform

The entry themes of Prolinnova-Senegal (formerly called PROFEIS – Promoting Farmer Experimentation and Innovation in the Sahel) differ according to region: (1) Kaolack and Fatick Regions: conservation and regeneration of natural resources (soil and water) in millet- and peanut-dominated farming systems; (2) Thiès and Diourbel Regions: enhancing the value of indigenous woody species in the …

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2020-21 report from Prolinnova in the UK

The Farmer-Led Research Network was recognised as a Prolinnova multistakeholder platform in the UK in April 2020. This report brings some history of FLIN and gives a summary of its activities in 2020 and 2021, including webinars and conferences and helping to set up the Centre for Effective Innovation in Agriculture.

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