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Jimena GomezFAO
Joshua AijukaPelum Uganda

Richard EwbankChristian Aid
Chérif TOUREGuinea
Monica yatorIndigenous Women and Girls Initiative (IWGI) Kenya
Francisco Rosado-May Indgenous Partnership
Emery Fabrice BIMBOUCongo
Gisele HenriquesVoluntary Services Overseas
Roland CharlesVoluntary Services Overseas
Valentina RobiglioCIFOR-ICRAF
Clara RaherijaonaMadagascar
Avotiana RandranarisaoMadagascar
Tamika WilliamsFarmer’s Pride International
Elfas Mcloud Z Shangwa Farmer’s Pride International
Lorenzo BosiWFP
Sunday Bob GeorgeUganda
Sarah MaderSwissaid
Martin OuluISFAA Kenya
Annor DouglasOffinso Partners in Sustainable Development 
Leonardo GallicoItalian Agency for Development Cooperation
Manei NaanyuPelum Kenya
Nancy RapandoISFAA
M’koumfida BagbohounaCentre pour la justice environnementale
Kim SchoppinkRainforest Alliance
Patricia MamboInstitute for Culture and Ecology 
Joseph Senyo kwashieCommunity and Family Aid Foundation-Ghana (CAFAF)
Rodrigue KouangService d’Appui aux Initiatives Locales de Developpement (SAILD)


  1. Create a space to share experiences and knowledge on current respective activities of Group Members, with the final goal of strengthening collaborations and synergies.
  2. Get an overview of what is done where, in order to have the bigger picture about what happens globally on agroecology.
  3. Increase visibility about programmes and projects that are effectively implementing and scaling up agroecology on the ground (including through a quick mapping).
  4. 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).
  5. 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.
  6. Understanding barriers and enablers to scale up agroecology in different contexts and levels.

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