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EcoAgriculture Partners
EcoAgriculture Partners
Phone number
1 202 393 5315


1730 Rhode Island Ave N.W.
Suite 601
Washington, D.C.
United States
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Our Vision

EcoAgriculture Partners strives for a world where agricultural communities manage their landscapes to simultaneously enhance rural livelihoods, conserve biodiversity and ecosystem services, and sustainably produce crops, livestock, fish, and fiber.

Our Mission

To support diverse individuals and organizations at the local, national and international levels to promote sustainable landscapes worldwide. Read our Strategic Plan

Our Values

EcoAgriculture Partners emphasizes respect for cultural diversity and self-determination. We work with a wide range of partners and collaborators – from farmers and community organizations to international businesses, policy makers, and donors – providing direct support, education, training, research, and policy analysis to help these groups participate in and benefit from effective landscape management.



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Guidelines: assessing landscape governance – a participatory approach

Manuals & Guidelines
Novembre, 2017

Landscape governance relates to how rules and decision-making address overlapping claims and conflicting interests in the landscape. It also relates to how rules and decision-making encourage synergies among stakeholders and stimulate the sustainable management of the landscape. In order to achieve sustainable landscape development, it is crucial to understand how governance processes are organized, and how this influences the decisions and behaviour of actors in the landscape.

Building local institutional capacity to implement agricultural carbon projects: participatory action research with Vi Agroforestry in Kenya and ECOTRUST in Uganda

Journal Articles & Books
Juillet, 2016
Afrique orientale

Background: Smallholders have begun to take advantage of a growing pool of investment in climate change mitigation. Meanwhile, early movers in this area are working to develop innovative models that will allow projects to be nancially sustainable and scalable while bene ting local actors. This study focuses on two of these projects in East Africa, managed by Vi Agroforestry in Kenya and ECOTRUST in Uganda. They engaged in a participatory action research process to identify ways that local actors could take on expanded roles within the projects.

Scaling up Sustainable Agriculture Land Management in Bungoma County, Kenya

Policy Papers & Briefs
Février, 2015
Afrique orientale

Agricultural landscapes must provide food, fiber and energy to

a growing population in a changing climate, while potentially

serving as instruments for climate change mitigation. Agriculture

is the backbone of the Kenyan economy, contributing approximately

25% of the GDP annually and employing more than 75%

of the population (The Government of Kenya 2010). The development

of agriculture is also important for poverty reduction since

most of the vulnerable groups, like pastoralists, the landless, and

Sustainable Agriculture Land Management Practices for Climate Change Mitigation: A training guide for smallholder farmers

Training Resources & Tools
Décembre, 2014
Afrique sub-saharienne
Afrique orientale

The manual was created specifically for use in the Western Kenya Smallholder Agricultural Carbon project, managed by the Swedish NGO Vi Agroforestry, which is the test case for the first Voluntary Carbon Standard (VCS) methodology for generating carbon credits by building organic matter in agricultural soils. The project aims to provide support to farmers as they implement the sustainable agricultural and management (SALM) practices which generate the carbon credits within the project.

Smallholder Agricultural Carbon Projects in Eastern Africa

Training Resources & Tools
Décembre, 2014
Afrique orientale

This manual has been developed to help build the capacities of farmers, farmers groups, extension staff and project managers who are implementing agricultural carbon projects in Eastern Africa. The manual describes the steps for implementing an afforestation/reforestation voluntary carbon project based on the Plan Vivo Standard.