Communications Working Group

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Monica YatorIndigenous Women and Girls Initiative (IWGI) Kenya
Robbie Blake IPES-Food

Oliver GardinerRegeneration International
Karim SAWADOGOAlliance for Agroecology in West Africa (3AO)
Amadou Oury DialloSenegal
Paul Luu4 per 1000
Chérif TOUREGuinea
Gabor FigeczkyIFOAM
Mary IrunguPELUM Kenya
Tanja CarrilloBiovision
Papa SeckSenegal
Emma SiliprandiFAO
Sarah DoornbosWWF International
Esther PenuniaAFA
Laone MopipiFarmer’s Pride International
Jonah MfoteFarmer’s Pride International
Savitri MohapatraAccess Agriculture
Annor DouglasOffinso Partners in Sustainable Development 
Teresa AndersonAction Aid (Observer)
Loureen AwuorISFAA
M’koumfida BagbohounaCentre pour la justice environnementale
Martin MuriukiInstitute for Culture and Ecology
Faith GikundaInstitute for Culture and Ecology
Joseph Senyo kwashieCommunity and Family Aid Foundation-Ghana (CAFAF)
Rodrigue KouangService d’Appui aux Initiatives Locales de Developpement (SAILD)
Andrew AdemEastern and Southern Africa Small Scale Farmers’ Forum (ESAFF) Uganda
Christian LegayConseil National de l’Agriculture Biologique (CNABio)
Aditya MaruvadaNature-Positive Farming and Wholesome Foods Foundation
Chea SokhonCambodia
Heng ChoulongCambodia
Joseph MasondaSustainable Agriculture Tanzania
Mulugeta GadissaLand for Life Ethiopia
Emile FrisonIPES-Food
Sau NguyenVietnam
Constanza MartínezChile
Martina FleckensteinWWF International
Benedikt HaerlinSave the Seed


  1. Serve as a network of partners sharing our materials and messages.
  2. Define key moments for comms and advocacy around agroecology.
  3. Share / synergize key messages – present a united message:
  4. Purpose: The Agroecology Coalition communications working group has identified the need for shared top-level communications lines on agroecology – in order for coalition members to share common messaging that can reinforce an agreed consistent core message, and be the basis for the coalition’s communications.
  5. Objective: To communicate the holistic/systemic benefits of agroecology, addressing a range of challenges/crises, improve people’s understanding of agroecological solutions, and show growing momentum behind agroecology.


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