Food systems based on family farming
Inades-Formation promotes food systems based on family farming, an agriculture that is sustainable, respectful of the environment and provides healthy, sufficient and sustainable food resources for both the countryside and the cities.
Inades-Formation contributes to facilitating underprivileged populations sustainable access to financing through the development of savings and credit mechanisms and practices, based on solidarity and managed by the groups or the communities themselves.
Inades-Formation supports communities on issues of participatory management of local affairs. Through its support, it contributes to the self-determination of communities in terms of development models in order to protect themselves against the risks of privatization of common goods.
The Inades-Formation network in Africa
The head office is in Ivory Coast, Abidjan - Cocody Mermoz
We are present in 10 countries: Burundi, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Rwanda, Tanzania, Chad and Togo. Its general secretariat is based in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire.
The National Action Platform for Family Farming in Côte d'Ivoire (PANAFCI) was created in January 2013. A National Committee composed of nine (09) was elected to steer the activities at the national level. PANAFCI believes in the sustainable development of food systems based on family farming.
ALERTE-Foncier is an Ivorian civil society platform dedicated to land. It was created in January 2015 at the initiative of certain civil society organizations interested in the land issue. ALERTE-Foncier works for "a fair and equitable land policy with a view to social cohesion and sustainable development"
The Coalition for the Protection of African Genetic Heritage (COPAGEN) is a citizen association movement bringing together civil society organizations from the West African space, in particular the eight WAEMU countries, plus Guinea.