- Our activities, our impact
- Tropical value chains
Tropical value chains
Returning to ecologically viable systems and boosting the profitability of agroforestry systems that favour smallholders in more than 40 countries.
Building the sugarcane sector of the future by helping producers make the agroecological transition.
Revitalizing coconut, a plant with a thousand uses: knowing and making better use of its genetic diversity and ensuring sustainability, from production to processing.
Fruit and vegetables
Using the specificities of horticultural products (diversity, freshness, health properties) to build fair, healthy and sustainable food systems.
Promoting sustainable dairy farms and inclusive collection systems, and encouraging the production of healthy, responsible dairy products in the countries of the global South.
Fostering sustainable animal production within varied, complex Human-Environment-Global health systems.
Managing natural and planted forests, which play a vital social, economic and ecological role, in a sustainable way.
Helping to alleviate poverty and vulnerability to risks among rice growers and improve production (quantity and quality), while managing natural resources and reducing environmental impact.
Working together to build agroecological solutions for sorghum-based cropping systems, in response to the challenges of adaptating to climate change and diversifying farmers' sources of income.
Roots and tubers
Proposing sustainable production and processing systems based on improved varieties and healthy seed, to guarantee that products satisfy consumer and market expectations.
Banana and plantain
Innovating hand in hand with players in the banana and plantain value chains, to ensure greater sustainability.
Improving the livelihoods of rural households through sustainable, diversified, quality cocoa production.
Consolidating, documenting and sharing the performance and resilience of the value chain, as it moves towards agroecological transition.
Helping players in the global South achieve agroecological intensification, by studying and adapting production and organizational methods in an constantly changing context.