The project consortium is developing MEDAE, a multi-actor Mediterranean community of knowledge on agro-ecology, strongly connected with communities of knowledge on agro-ecology in other African regions and in Europe. The network will mix representatives from various scales, horizons and types of institutions (education, research, development, farmers, consumers, private sector, local authorities…), to meet 3 main objectives:
The network is organising a series of 5 webinars in 2023 to discuss the obstacles, levers and challenges of agroecological transition in representative agroecosystems in North Africa.
You can have more information and see each of the webinars below:
How to enhance the role of women in mountain agroforestry systems in North Africa?
(realized on 24/10/2023)
How can we promote the development and marketing of agro-ecological products in peri-urban areas?
(realized on 09/11/2023)
Between traditional and scientific knowledge, how can we improve the resilience of peri-oasis systems?
(realized on 23/11/2023)
Climate change: a catalyst for the agro-ecological transition of cereal crops in North Africa?
(realized on 07/12/2023)
The agro-ecological transition as seen by stakeholders in the field: between challenges and achievements. The case of the irrigated valley of Luxor, Egypt
(realized on 14/12/2023)
NATAE Atlas platform
The NATAE Atlas platform will be developed with the use of innovative digital tools, targeting the agro-ecology potential consumers and will allow all the concerned stakeholders among which, in particular, consumer associations, NGOs working in the field of healthy agriculture, extension services and professional organisations to
- get informed on the agro ecological practices impacts at farm, territorial and food system levels
- contribute to the project’s output dissemination.
NATAE Atlas platform will gather in a single platform the different regions members of the MEDAE network, and will serve as the main source of information related to NATAE findings on agro ecological practices.