The project ‘Productivity and Growth in Organic Value Chains' (ProGrOV) was launched in January 2011 and is funded by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

ProGrOV focuses on improving productivity and growth in existing organic value chains in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania through research addressing development of agro-ecological methods, governance and management of organic value-chains, and capacity development in participatory and interdisciplinary approaches.

Read more about ProGrOV at DANIDA's Research Portal


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News and activities



5. project training workshop

15-17 September 2015 in Morogoro, Tanzania. 

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Interview with Jordan Gama

Jordan Gama, Director of Tanzania Organic Agriculture Movement and AfrOnet president, has been asked three questions by ICROFS' international coordinator Lise Andreasen. Hear his answers  to the following questions about organic farming in Africa:

"Does organic agriculture has a role in Africa?" 

"Is there political support for organic agriculture in Africa?"

"Do you see organic agriculture as part of mainstream agriculture development or is it a niche production?"

4. project training workshop

15th -19th September 2014 in Kampala, Uganda. 

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See documents and presentations from all workshops in the project