Publications

SD=HS and its advocacy is centered on the strength and knowledge of indigenous peoples and smallholder farmers, bolstered by and assessed through scientifically robust frameworks, methodologies and tools. Meaningful local information is obtained in a form that can be aggregated and analyzed at regional and global levels, in order to inform global policy debates with evidence-based advocacy. The other way around, global and international methodologies are tailored to local circumstances. Resulting publications, tools, learning materials and curricula are shared publicly for everyone to benefit.

 
  • 03 09 2020
    Curso en Línea sobre Escuelas de Campo para Agricultores en Nutrición y Plantas Alimenticias Locales Desplácese hacia abajo para español   Released in September 2020 4 hours and 16 minutes of video presentations Malnutrition is a major problem faced by smallholder farmers and Indigenous peoples. Agrobiodiversity holds the key to...
  • 01 07 2020
    View SD=HS Annual Report 2019 It is with satisfaction that we present the SD=HS Annual Report 2019. An important year in which we started Phase II of the program, in which we were able to continue the important work of longstanding partners and broaden our work by welcoming new countries...
  • 13 05 2020
    For Spanish, please scroll down Diagnostic Assessment of Underutilized Species in the Cuchumatanes Range, Huehuetenango The Cuchumatanes Range is located in the department of Huehuetenango in northern Guatemala, and is home to the Mam, Chuj, Q’anjob’al, Akateko, Awakateko, Chalchiteko, Popti, and K’iche’ linguistic communities. Up to 65% of the residents...
  • 12 05 2020
    Herramienta para la línea base en nutrición y plantas alimenticias locales Desplácese hacia abajo para español This document aims at providing a guideline for the implementation of a baseline survey to capture information on nutrition and local food plants, which corresponds to the work on nutrition (third Pillar) of the...
  • 07 05 2020
    Guía de campo: Escuelas de campo para agricultores en nutrición y plantas alimenticias locales Desplácese hacia abajo para español This document aims at providing a guideline for the development of farmer field school (FFS) curricula on Nutrition and Local Food Plants with a gender approach, which is part of the...
  • 26 01 2020
    The CMSS model is a participatory farmer-led approach for systematically planning and executing interventions towards promoting farmers’ seed security and seed sovereignty. The model consolidates the existing good seed security practices scattered across the PELUM Uganda network into a comprehensive approach for promoting community led seed security among smallholder farmers....
  • 03 11 2019
    This page contains the project reports and all meeting reports of the project 'Options to interpret the notion of private and non-commercial use as included in Article 15.1.i of the UPOV 1991 Convention'. This project was undertaken by Szonja Csörgõ and Catherine Langat from Euroseeds, Judith de Roos from Plantum...
  • 02 07 2019
    The registration of farmers’ varieties in national and regional seed catalogues – as objects of seed regulation – has been the subject of considerable debate in recent years, at local, national and international levels. Farmers have contributed immensely to the development, management and conservation of a wide range of crop...
  • 16 04 2019
    NB: A summary of this case study report was included in the UN report on ‘The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture’. Read more Indigenous peoples and smallholder farmers, a large percentage of whom are women, provide about eighty percent of the food consumed in almost all...