Goal: to critically examine diverse factors and conditions contributing to the vulnerability of small-scale farmers’ capacity to respond to social, political and ecological threats and engage collaboratively with communities and other key partners to enhance the farmers’ viability.
- To co-produce a comprehensive understanding of both the sources of vulnerabilities experienced by SSF and their inherent and potential capability to enhance viability
- To develop a database and resource portal of V2V case studies to integrate and mobilize the knowledge produced.
- To engage in transdisciplinary capacity development of SSF communities, governments, NGOs, civil society actors, and the academic community.
- To compare and synthesize experiences, scaling up the insights for broader impact.
Countries: Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Malawi, Senegal, Tanzania, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and Thailand
Targeting: Small-scale farmers around Lake Chilwa in Zomba