Develop Family Farming with Agrimundo
François and Victoria, a Franco-Argentine couple, have the project to visit a dozen countries around the world for 12 months, to observe different agricultural projects led by NGOs and local actors.
They have been members for several years of a Franco-Burkinabe association, Laagm Taaba, which works in Burkina Faso in the field of family farming to improve food security in the village of Namoukouka.
The AGRIMUNDO project will be organised around three interrelated objectives to:
– Draw up an inventory of family farming in the world.
– Identify the most efficient agricultural techniques (agroecology, organic agriculture, agroforestry or permaculture).
– Transfer the best techniques to the association in Burkina Faso to improve food security and land conservation.
Then they will retranscribe their study to partners and promote them by producing two media:
- A database on family farming from different NGOs and agricultural techniques, it will provide an opportunity for the different actors to meet and work together. Local populations will be able to solicit NGOs and associations, and volunteers will be able to invest in NGOs.
- A film of about fifty minutes that will summarize their entire study.
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