Agroecology Knowledge Hub


Agroecology plays an important role in contributing to the eradication of hunger and extreme poverty, and as a means to facilitate the transition to more productive, sustainable and inclusive food systems. Creating a greater awareness of agroecology and its advantages is an important step to help policy-makers, farmers and researchers to apply this approach to achieve a world without hunger.

The database provides a starting point to organize the existing knowledge on agroecology, collecting articles, videos, case studies, books and other important material in one place. The objective is to support policy-makers, farmers, researchers and other relevant stakeholders through knowledge exchange and knowledge transfer. The database is a ‘living process’ that is constantly being updated.

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Avec "AMAP Bénin", le jeune étudiant français Quentin Testa nous invite sur son lieu de stage, à la découverte de la première AMAP béninoise, qui compte aujourd'hui près de 300 adhérents, (environ 1000 consommateurs). De la production à la vente directe, en passant par l'Institut de recherche agricole du Bénin, le...
Some may view indigenous communities as being conservative and backwards. However, the Kabekwa in Costa Rica show that such communities can be adaptable and innovative. In response to changing circumstances, this community has been adapting its farming practices constantly, benefiting from it in multiple ways.
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Présentation de la ferme école BENKADI BUGU près de Ségou au Mali. Un environnement social et commercial sur 10 ha. Chaque année, 20 jeunes ruraux, garçons et filles,  participent et acquièrent un enseignement en agroécologie en alternance qu’ils appliquent en même temps sur leur propre parcelle. De plus, les apprenants...
Healthy soils contribute to resilient food production. Soil carbon is a key to healthy soils but, today we see the long-term consequences of agricultural management that has neglected soil carbon – degraded soils, polluted waters, and unprecedented rates of hunger and malnutrition. There are good examples of agroecological practices that...
“If you have a healthy, living soil, you have healthy plants and healthy people. These three things are closely linked.” Irene Cardoso, a professor of soil science at the Federal University of Viçosa and a member of ILEIA’s board is passionate about soils and family farmers. In her role as...
Video que da cuenta de las propuestas de esta nueva expo que se realizará del 4 al 6 de septiembre en Pocito, San Juan.
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