What we do

Exchanges of experiences between farmers - Farm visits and Dialogues - Mobilisation of an international network of grassroots farmers

Who we are

A network of farmers committed to produce the food everyone needs, to care for natural resources and to be a responsible partner in the policy-decision processes about the future of agriculture

Why Farmers’ Dialogue

The world relies on Agriculture to be fed, to eradicate poverty and to protect environment. Farmers can create hope and vision, bring solutions and act on the changes needed personally and globally.

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Farmers' Dialogue in Cambodia
100 $ to sponsor a Cambodian small Farmer to the international Dialogue

National Highway 5 intersecting Street 207 and Street 212 in downtown Battambang City near the central market, Cambodia (Photo Milei Vencel Wikimedia Commons)

Join us from 27-30 November in Cambodia.





Persistence that yields results
Muna Ismail

The commitment of Muna Ismail, originally from Somalia, to restore farmer’s livelihoods in dry areas is resulting in pioneering work. She is convinced that yeheb, a unique dry-land wild and domesticated crop, could be a part of the future for food security in the arid lands of the Horn of Africa.