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Participants of the West Africa Stakeholders' Workshop on EOA Initiative in Cotonou, Benin.

Biovision Africa Trust (BvAT) Holds the West Africa Key Stakeholders Workshop for the Ecological Organic Agriculture Initiative in Cotonou, Benin.

Under the auspices of BvAT, as the Executing Agency of the EOA Initiative in Africa. BvAT is hosting a 5-day stakeholders workshop for the West Africa key stakeholders drawing participants from four West Africa countries (Nigeria, Mali, Senegal and Benin)………

What We Do

Research

Through the Ecological Organic Agriculture Initiative and the Changing Course in Global Agriculture we undertake extensive research on policies that are agriculturally sound and promote practices that favor such policies. Food security, economic growth and environmental stability are the foundation of the policies we work to promote.

Education

Smallholder farmers are the drivers of many African economies but unfortunately their potential is undermined. Most of these families rely solely on farming for their income but struggle to make a decent living due to low yields caused by inappropriate farming methods and unavailability to access such information.  

Priority Areas

Information Communication

Generation and dissemination of knowledge and information on ecologically sound and useful innovations in human, animal, plant and environmental health

Research & Development

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Undertaking research into special issues and challenges facing smallholder farmers in order to provide useful and practical solutions.

Capacity Development

Educational and empowerment programs amongst small-holder communities in partnership with other players

Resource Mobilization

From L: Peter Sidler (SDC), David Amudavi (BvAT), Manuel Flury (SDC) and Andi Schriber (Biovision Foundation) at the BvAT Exhibition SDC Conference.

Provision of grants and technical assistance to public charitable trusts or organizations working with rural communities in organic agriculture

Our Programmes

Testimonials

My little flock of chicken hatched 50 chicks. Unfortunately, all were swept away by disease. I was demoralized until I met Mr. Anthony Musili, from Biovision Africa Trust (BvAT), who rekindled my hope in poultry farming,” Ms Philip says smiling.

Esther Philip

Do not expect quick results. Dairy farming is exciting but needs a lot of patience.

Retired Senior Chief Josiah Arende Ngoje