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Our Work

 

AGRINATURA WORK FOR AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT

Agrinatura is one of the major research organization in Europe, committed with agricultural research and top education for research and development. Agrinatura network covers a vast range of research areas mainly in educational projects and international research mobilizing resources, establishing synergies with its members to improve the quality of peoples live from around the world. The main goal of Agrinatura is to contribute to the development and dissemination of knowledge that leads to an innovation as a key in the poverty reduction, economic growth, enhance food security needed to increase the production and productivity for the future generations at the same time in the achievement of sustainable agriculture for the protection of the environment and achievement to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Agrinatura set the strategic objectives during the 30 years of its existence involving its members in a highly participative process. In addition, the four working groups contribute to the achievement of Agrinatura goals in Europe and worldwide. Agrinatura supports the European Green Deal that is a set of initiatives by the European Commission to fulfil Europe climate neutral in 2050 embracing the Farm to Fork strategy; https://agrinatura-eu.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Agrinatura-Farm-to-Fork-position-and-recommendations-20-July-2020.pdf to promote the global transformation change in food systems, and building a strong knowledge for sustainable and more resilience systems.

 

 

 

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Agrinatura and its members place their ability to develop synergies and mobilize resources for accompanying projects from around the world. Their accumulated experience in international research,  educational projects and the vast range of research areas are covered by this network.

Agrinatura’s members are ready to share their expertise with you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

The strategic objectives have been defined through a highly participative process, involving a vast number of Members, and building on lessons learned during 30 years of its existence. These are:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • To play a pro-active policy advocacy role for agricultural research and education for development in Europe and worldwide.
  • To develop, strengthen and encourage strategic alliances, partnerships and networks with and between the different stakeholders (institutions, organisations and individuals) in development, both in the North and in the South.
  • To organise, facilitate and implement joint participation in European and international programmes and projects.
  • To provide support and advice for evidence-based policy making, in particular at the European level.