CIRAWA Project Launch 

Senegal is multiplying its efforts in favour of agroecological transition.

Photo: Raphael Belmin / CIRAD


Location: Valladolid, Spain

CIRAWA is an EU-funded project that is about working with small-holder farmers in West Africa to improve food nutrition, local livelihoods, and ecosystem health. Bringing together 14 partners from 9 countries, CIRAWA is developing new agroecological-based practices that build on existing local and scientific knowledge to create more resilient food supply chains in 8 regions across Cape Verde, Ghana, Senegal, and The Gambia. CIRAWA has a duration of 54 months: starting in January 2023 and ending in June 2027.

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CIRAWA project partners outside CARTIF headquarters in Valladolid, Spain. Source: CARTIF