Snakes and Ladders on the way to Agroecology
This project aims at developing a concept for the transmission of agroecological practices (Do’s and Don’ts) in a lively and conducive environment for smallholder farming families in India and Tanzania.
- Lead school School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences
HAFL Institut Hugo P. Cecchini
- Research unit International Agriculture and Rural Development
- Funding organisation Others
- Duration (planned) 01.12.2021 - 30.04.2022
- Project management Prof. Dr. Gurbir Singh Bhullar
- Head of project Prof. Dr. Gurbir Singh Bhullar
- Project staff Prof. Dr. Gurbir Singh Bhullar
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Punjab Agricultural University
bioRe India Limited
bioRe Tanzania Limited
- Keywords Agricultural extension; Knowledge management; Innovation and co-creation of knowledge; Sustainable production systems; Capacity building; Board game for capacity development;
This project aims at developing a concept for the transmission of agroecological practices (Do’s and Don’ts) in a lively and conducive environment for smallholder farming families in India and Tanzania. The innovative concept involves the use of a board game integrated with supplementary information materials pertaining to agroecological practices in cotton-based farming systems. The concept places a strong focus on involvement of women and younger generation in farming decisions. As judged by the project evaluation jury, "The board game creates needed awareness and holistic understanding – which is the foundation of all other activities in the transition process from conventional to agroecological farming practices and eventually food system."