Our Partners

Our Partners

ICRAF- South Asia Regional program works through partnerships and networking. While the national research and extension organizations in the region (including the institutes in the ministries of agriculture, environment, natural resources, planning and education; and universities) are key partners and provide laboratory and field research facilities, SARP acts as a platform for a wide range of other partners with common interest to join in. 

Working directly with national partners provides first-hand information on the problems and possible solutions; and about any new, emerging changes taking place in agroforestry systems. Feedback of this information to ICRAF headquarters helps the Centre to realign its dynamic global research agenda for its relevance and impact, and refine its strategic plan. The feedback also helps ICRAF identify technologies and systems that could be replicated in other regions to avoid duplication of efforts. 

The key national research partners are: 

India: 

Bangladesh

Sri Lanka

Nepal 

Bhutan

Maldives