Summary report of the high-level workshop on scaling up agroecology to achieve the SDGs

The aim of this workshop was to explore the potential of agroecology to achieve growth, resilience,poverty reduction and food security with a range of development organisations from civil society, research and government, in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Thirty people from sixteen different organizations attended the workshop. The specific objectives were to develop pragmatic ideas on how to scale up agroecology to millions more smallholder farmers and identify areas of joint work, and partnerships that could take those ideas forward.

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