Agroecology as a Pathway towards Sustainable Food Systems
The Synthesis Report Agroecology is a Pathway towards Sustainable Food Systems, which summarizes the main findings from three case studies in Brazil, Senegal and India.
The Indian case study Empowering Women Farmers for Promoting Resilient Farming Systems: Sustainable Pathways for Better Food Systems in India was realized with the support of SSP and Phanipriya Nandul. The report is published by Misereor, Germany..
20 years of Swayam Shikshan Prayog
Over the last two decades, Swayam Shikshan Prayog has built a movement of grassroots women leaders who see opportunities in challenges.
Impact Assessment on SSP India by HEC Paris, Business school in Jouy-en-Josas, France 2017
Swayam Shikshan Prayog – Social Impact Assessment by Sunila RAJAN, Nathalie TEER, Marie WAGNER and René LUTTER – HEC Paris, Business school in Jouy-en-Josas, France, 12 July 2017
Draft Report on Impact study on Promoting resilient farming systems in India by Misereor
Draft report of the study on `Sustainable pathways for better food systems in India’ – Empowering women farmers’ for promoting resilient farming systems. The study was conducted by Lorenz Bachmann with André Gonçalves and Phanipriya Nandula with the support of Misereor during April to September 2016. SSP was one of the three Misereor partner organizations from India, Brazil and Senegal selected for the study. 30th June 2017