Multi-stakeholder framework for intervening in root, tuber, and banana seed systems

Topic:

Methods

Definition:

“The multi-stakeholder framework for intervening in root, tuber, and banana seed systems allows an analysis of the key seed system functions from the perspectives of all stakeholders, to identify how their different roles mesh together, so that no key functions or players are ignored (Ortiz, Thiele, and Sperling 2013; RTB 2016; Sperling, Ortiz, and Thiele 2013). The elements of the framework are the roles of potential stakeholders, which are systematically compared across the dimensions of availability, access, and quality of seed.”

References

Bentley, J.W., Andrade-Piedra, J., Demo, P., Dzomeku, B., Jacobsen, K., Kikulwe, E., Kromann, P., Kumar, P.L., McEwan, M., Mudege, N., Ogero, K., Okechukwu, R., Orrego, R., Ospina, B., Sperling, L., Walsh, S., Thiele, G., 2018. Understanding root, tuber, and banana seed systems and coordination breakdown: a multi-stakeholder framework. Journal of Crop Improvement 32, 599–621. https://doi.org/10.1080/15427528.2018.1476998

 

Last Updated:

Nov. 2020
Multiplication factor
National plant protection organization (NPPO)
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