|Joshua Aijuka||Pelum Uganda|
|Richard Ewbank||Christian Aid|
|Monica yator||Indigenous Women and Girls Initiative (IWGI) Kenya|
|Francisco Rosado-May||Indgenous Partnership|
|Emery Fabrice BIMBOU||Congo|
|Gisele Henriques||Voluntary Services Overseas|
|Roland Charles||Voluntary Services Overseas|
|Tamika Williams||Farmer’s Pride International|
|Elfas Mcloud Z Shangwa||Farmer’s Pride International|
|Sunday Bob George||Uganda|
|Martin Oulu||ISFAA Kenya|
|Annor Douglas||Offinso Partners in Sustainable Development|
|Leonardo Gallico||Italian Agency for Development Cooperation|
|Manei Naanyu||Pelum Kenya|
|M’koumfida Bagbohouna||Centre pour la justice environnementale|
|Kim Schoppink||Rainforest Alliance|
|Patricia Mambo||Institute for Culture and Ecology|
|Joseph Senyo kwashie||Community and Family Aid Foundation-Ghana (CAFAF)|
|Rodrigue Kouang||Service d’Appui aux Initiatives Locales de Developpement (SAILD)|
- Create a space to share experiences and knowledge on current respective activities of Group Members, with the final goal of strengthening collaborations and synergies.
- Get an overview of what is done where, in order to have the bigger picture about what happens globally on agroecology.
- Increase visibility about programmes and projects that are effectively implementing and scaling up agroecology on the ground (including through a quick mapping).
- Considering increased demand from countries on how to promote agroecological transitions: connect members of the Coalition to sources of agroecological expertise and other relevant sources of learning on the topic (contextualized research and evidence, mechanisms to work with extension officials).
- Support the Advocacy and Public Policies Working Groups of the Coalition through availability of evidence and learnings on “what works” from programme/project implementation to policy recommendations and advocacy work.
- Understanding barriers and enablers to scale up agroecology in different contexts and levels.