News & Reports Archive

  • Prolinnova strategy 2016–20

    In 2015–16, a small team from the Prolinnova Oversight Group (POG), Country Platforms (CPs) and the International Support Team (IST) facilitated discussion within the network on the future direction and activities of Prolinnova (Promoting Local Innovation in ecologically oriented agriculture and natural resource management). On the basis of these discussions, it drafted the Prolinnova strategy for 2016–20:

    Full document in English (22 pages)

    Main points in English (2 pages)

  • 2016 International Partners Workshop in Senegal 16-20 May

    Photo: Taylor Barry

    The 2016 Prolinnova International Partners Workshop (IPW) was hosted by Prolinnova/PROFEIS–Senegal, coordinated by Agrecol-Afrique, in the week of 16–20 May 2016 in Thiès, Senegal. For the workshop programme and list of participants, click here.

  • Stocktaking of Prolinnova presented at GCARD3

    Over a decade of experience of promoting farmer-led innovation through the Prolinnova network was showcased at the third Global Conference on Agricultural Research for Development (GCARD3) on 6–8 April 2016 in Johannesburg. The event was organised by the Global Forum on Agricultural Research (GFAR) and hosted by the South African Government and the Agricultural Research Council of South Africa.

  • New host for the Prolinnova-Nepal network

    The Natural History Museum of Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu has accepted the task of hosting the Prolinnova network in Nepal. Since the network started in 2003, it has been capably hosted by LI-BIRD (Local Initiatives in Biodiversity, Research and Development) based in Pokhara.

  • Celebrating International Farmer Innovation Day 2015

    IIRR-Philippines, the coordinating NGO of Prolinnova-Philippinesorganised two activities to encourage farmers to learn from each other: 17 farmers from Guinayangan, Quezon, took part in a "roving workshop" with a special emphasis on coffee and cacao production, and 70 farmers took part in a "farmer learning event" in which farmer trainers shared innovations in livestock management. See the report here: pdf file: 737 KB

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