Agicultural Biodiversity Community
Agicultural Biodiversity Community
You can make every aspect
of biodiversity a part
of your life

Afterthoughts of a three-day
meeting: After three days of hard
work in a remote ashram in Thailand
they feel “warmed up as a
community to address issues in
agricultural biodiversity”. M.P.
Vasimalai from India, Prosper
Matondi from Zimbabwe, and

@knowledged – Enhancing
the debate for a real

Small-scale farmers depend on
biodiversity for their livelihoods and
survival, yet agriculture can also be
the greatest destroyer of
biodiversity. Hivos and Oxfam
Novib have recently launched a
programme that aims to
generate insights and
evidence about
the role

Agicultural Biodiversity Community