Agroecology in fragile contexts in sub-Saharan Africa

Agroecology in fragile contexts in sub-Saharan Africa

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Emerging evidence shows how agroecology, as a holistic approach, can improve the resilience of food systems and strengthen communities’ livelihoods towards food security.

To what extent can this compelling approach offer responses before, during and after multiple types of crises?

This online event is addressed towards humanitarian and development actors aiming to explore opportunities and limitations of inspiring agroecological best practice cases in fragile contexts.

Date: 12 JUNE

Time: 11:00 – 12:30 CEST

Interpretation: ENGLISH and FRENCH



Agroecology: Can it inform disaster risk management in fragile settings?


  1. Seeds and neglected and under-utilised species in multi-crises situations in Niger
  2. Agroecology: an approach to enhance social cohesion, gender equality and resilience in the fragile context of Burkina Faso
  3. Innovative feed and food solutions during drought spells in Ethiopia