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Linking Scientist-NGO-Farmer
on agroecology learning process
Multistakeholders Consultation on Agroecology in Asia and the...
Background
• Started in 1989, Indonesia has experienced on
implementing large scale Integrated Pest
Management – Farmer Fi...
Scientist-NGO-Farmers Learning Model
Agroecology
Learning
Process
Farmers
practices
NGO
social movement
Scientist
Science
...
START
Bogor
Karawang
Bandung
Semarang
Gresik
Malang
Kl progo
Ciamis
Tegal
Safari Gotong Royong
FINISH
Tour De Java Island
...
Safari Gotong Royong
Organized by farmers
Consultation (Plant Clinique)
Share Learning and Dialogue
Participatory Training
Action Research
Lesson and Impacts
Mainstreaming agroecology at local
Local
Champions
Collaborative
learning
Local government
Other farmer...
Stakeholder Engagement
Student, local universities
Pesantren, Local religious group Local NGO
Women
Local Government
Other...
Farmer’s Agroecological Technology Expose
Case : In Madiun, East Java
Tanam
Sebar
LPM-IPB
(university),
Local NGO and
farmers group
2013, 5ha
12 farmers
Difussion o...
Lesson and Impacts
Obstacles and challanges
Sustainability of action research (from
learning site to farmer’s learning ce...
2015 : Nusantara’s Farmer Movement
Gerakan Petani Nusantara (Nusantara
Farmers Movement)
 Institutionalization of learnin...
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Presentation of David Ardhian, from Nastari Foundation, on linking scientists, NGOs and farmers to promote Agroecology: what are the obstacles and how to overcome them. The presentation was prepared and delivered in occasion of the Regional Symposium on Agroecology in Asia and the Pacific, held in Bangkok, Senegal on 24-26 November 2015.

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Linking Scientist-NGO-Farmer on agroecology learning process

  1. 1. Linking Scientist-NGO-Farmer on agroecology learning process Multistakeholders Consultation on Agroecology in Asia and the Pacific 24-26 November 2015, Bangkok, Thailand David Ardhian Nastari Foundation, Indonesia
  2. 2. Background • Started in 1989, Indonesia has experienced on implementing large scale Integrated Pest Management – Farmer Field School Program (IPM- FFS). More than a million farmers have been trained through participatory education programme using rice field as classroom and field laboratory. • IPM-FFS Program resulted expert farmers, local facilitators, local leadership and local champions on implementing agroecology practices at local • After IPM-FFS, the local champions continue to develop local initiatives working with local government, NGOs and Universities - in various forms of program • 2007 : Nastari Foundation, Plant Clinique IPB and IPPHTI (fields school farmer organization) – started to develop collaborative learning pocess at local
  3. 3. Scientist-NGO-Farmers Learning Model Agroecology Learning Process Farmers practices NGO social movement Scientist Science Objectives : • Maintain the relationship and network of IPM (community IPM) • Identification problem and finding solution at local (action research) • Local stakeholder engagement (local goverment, university, other potential social groups etc) – inclusive learning • Participatory traning and consultation (collaborative learning) base on local agricultural problem
  4. 4. START Bogor Karawang Bandung Semarang Gresik Malang Kl progo Ciamis Tegal Safari Gotong Royong FINISH Tour De Java Island • NGO + Scientist developed tour to the field – local learning orgnised by farmers • Safari = Tour, Gotong-royong = Value of togetherness and mutual cooperation • Visiting 26 farmers communities in 24 districts in Java
  5. 5. Safari Gotong Royong Organized by farmers
  6. 6. Consultation (Plant Clinique)
  7. 7. Share Learning and Dialogue
  8. 8. Participatory Training
  9. 9. Action Research
  10. 10. Lesson and Impacts Mainstreaming agroecology at local Local Champions Collaborative learning Local government Other farmers Local universities Other social groups Private sectors Diffusion of agroecology Local stakeholder engagement Generate knowledge and practical solution
  11. 11. Stakeholder Engagement Student, local universities Pesantren, Local religious group Local NGO Women Local Government Other stakeholders at local
  12. 12. Farmer’s Agroecological Technology Expose
  13. 13. Case : In Madiun, East Java Tanam Sebar LPM-IPB (university), Local NGO and farmers group 2013, 5ha 12 farmers Difussion of Tanam Sebar 2014, 15ha (32 farmers) Recognized by local government 2015, more than 100 ha, Hundreds farmers and other district s Collaborative Learning Model support diffussion of technology and recognition of local government and strenghthening farmer movement
  14. 14. Lesson and Impacts Obstacles and challanges Sustainability of action research (from learning site to farmer’s learning center) Potential domination : scientist research agenda vs farmer local problem Regeneration : need of education for youth rural through FFS Upscaling : national network and knowledge management Policy : influence national and local policies
  15. 15. 2015 : Nusantara’s Farmer Movement Gerakan Petani Nusantara (Nusantara Farmers Movement)  Institutionalization of learning, research and movement on sustainable agriculture at national level  Farmer’s leader as core with support from NGO activists and progressive scientist  Facilitate development of farmer’s learning center at local  Develop FFS for young generation – regeneration  Influence village, district and national policies
  16. 16. Thank You

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