Our partners

The AIFSRC relies on partnerships to deliver our mission to ensure food security. We work to build long-term collaborative partnerships to achieve our mission of accelerating the delivery and adoption of innovations by smallholder farmers. We are engaging and forging new partnerships with a broad range of national and international organisations from researchers through to delivery and extension workers, the public and private sectors, community groups and civil society. Our approach is multidisciplinary, bringing together agricultural scientists, economists, social scientists, nutritionists and other health experts and policy makers. Read more about our consultations.

Australian government partners working on food security issues in Africa have formed a partnership to ensure coordination and full effectiveness of activities across government and Africa. Membership includes the DFAT, CSIRO, ACIAR and AIFSRC (Canberra and post).

The AIFSC has partnerships with university networks in Australia and Africa including the Australia Africa Universities Network (AAUN) and Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM).

Project partners

Below is a list of our project partners and the projects or scoping studies they are involved in.