This document summarises case studies from ten countries through ActionAid’s approach to climate resilient sustainable agriculture, which incorporates agroecology in a human rights framework. Based on these experiences ActionAid recommends to increase investment in agroecology, as part of a comprehensive human rights based approach: Read more
The paper contains 12 different case studies and chapters on agroecology; other sustainable farming methods; agroecology and resilience to climatic changes; evidence of the food security potential of agroecological systems; the scaling up of agroecological innovations, with challenges and opportunities; the approaches that can be used for scaling up agroecology ; conclusions and way forward.
A joint effort of local communities, NGOs and donors to redefine participation. Readers can find in the successful examples of participatory methods presented, a source of motivation and inspiration.
The community of Sonatoni and Ghorjan union of Sirajgoni district is living on the bank of Jamuna river. The river faces continuous threat of erosion; village and households are at risk of disappearance. Since 2010 the community has been using local knowledge of Bamboo binding with the aim to redirect the water of Jamuna river and hinder the river erosion