European Network for Low-External-Input and Sustainable Agriculture (EULEISA)
1991. Ceased to exist.
Promote Low-External-Input Sustainable Agriculture (LEISA) among small-scale farmers in tropical, sub-tropical and Mediterranean regions; through promotion of ecological agriculture, contribute to development of rural livelihood systems which are socially, economically and ecologically sustainable; through optimal cooperation, coordination and division of labour, allow member organizations to give a better and more cost-effective service to their Southern partners.Available with paid subscription only.
Works with governmental and nongovernmental organizations, development projects, farmers' associations and information exchange networks in Africa, Asia and Latin America in: advocacy for ecologically-oriented development of smallholder farming systems; information exchange (documentation, question and answer service, publications, workshops); promoting local and regional networks in the South.
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- Tropical Zones
- Agriculture, Fisheries
- Sustainable Development
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