Best practise in the FFLG approach
The Rwenzori Experience: The Farmer Family Learning Group Approach to Human and Social Capital Building, Environmental Care and Food Sovereignty, by Mette Vaarst, Jane Nalunga, Thaddeo Tibasiima, Aage Dissing and Inge Lis Dissing. Download booklet.
Farmer Family Learning Groups for community development. By Mette Vaarst, Thaddeo Tibasiima, Jane Nalunga, Aage Dissing and Inge Lis Dissing. Booklet introducing the FFLG approach, providing best practice on how to form successful FFLGs, roles of internal and external facilitators, facilitator training, participatory learning methods, networking between FFLGs and facilitators, farm planning and record keeping. Download booklet.
Learnings from Famer Family Learning Groups - Knowledge and Experiences from the use of Farmer family Learning Groups in Uganda and Tanzania. Synthesis by The Global Organic Committee, Organic Denmark, outlining the results of the approach, explaining best practices learned through the years and offering a list of the most important components which must be present during implementation in order to secure a successful project. Download synthesis.