In the country since:
Niger, Chad, Tanzania and India
- Demand for local crop products is promoted. This results in a healthier and more diverse diet for the population.
- Smallholder families can distribute more agroecologically produced food and thus improve their economic situation.
- In order for local seeds to develop their full potential, the necessary framework conditions are also promoted at the political level.
- The programme aims to promote gender equality and strengthen the resilience of the rural population to climate change.