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  • DURATION: 5 years, 2020 - 2025

  • LOCATION: Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam

  • BUDGET:  15 million €

  • DONORS: French Development Agency (AFD), European Union (EU) and French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM)

  • COORDINATORS: Professionals for Fair Development (GRET) and Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement (CIRAD)

The overall objective of the Agroecological and Safe food System Transitions (ASSET) project is to make food and agricultural systems in the region more sustainable, safer and inclusive, through harnessing the potential of Agroecology to transform them.It is implemented by GRET as the general coordinator, in a strong articulation with CIRAD in charge of the scientific coordination, in partnership with a consortium of 23 International/European/National Institutions and Organizations and 2 United Nations Agencies.

ASSET will develop and promote a shared vision of Agroecology and Safe Food System Transitions through a comprehensive approach that includes research, networking, policy advocacy, capacity development, awareness raising and communication using Agroecology Learning Alliance in Southeast (ALiSEA) network. The consortium will engage with governments, civil society, private sector and smallholder farmers to generate and transform knowledge into sustainable innovation processes and transformative policies, sensitive to youth and gender equality.

By fostering technical, organizational and institutional innovations at territorial level in flagship programs, generating robust evidence on their performances and impacts, bringing successful approaches to scale and by building upon regional reliable initiatives and institutions, ASSET will help support opening a dialogue on linking agricultural and markets transformations in policy frameworks at local, national and regional level.

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