African Seed Access Index

Linked title: African Seed Access Index
Posted: 07/19/2019 - 18:55
Updated: 12/17/2019 - 20:09
Category: Food, water, land and health

The central objective of The African Seed Access Index (TASAI) is to promote the creation and maintenance of enabling environments for competitive seed systems serving smallholder farmers.  It is this enabling environment that TASAI seeks to measure, track, and compare across African countries. The intended outcome of this index is improved access to locally adapted, affordable, and high-quality seed of improved varieties by smallholder farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa.

DRC: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel1
Ethiopia: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel2
Ghana: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel3
Kenya: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel4
Malawi: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel5
Mozambique: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel5m
Senegal: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel5a
South Africa: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel5b
Tanzania: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel6
Uganda: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel7
Zambia: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel8
Zimbabwe: https://tasai.org/country-portals/#panel9