Anita Dohar is leading the work on Farmers’ Crop Diversity Management. In the past 15 years she has been engaged in programs focusing on climate change adaptation, agrobiodiversity management, and community-based natural resources management. Since 2013 she has coordinated the work on Farmer Field Schools on Participatory Plant Breeding in Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America. Through this work, she promotes science-based farmer-breeder crop improvement collaboration to strengthen smallholder farmers’ roles in management of crop diversity and local seed systems for climate adaptation. She has a MSc in Urban Environmental Management from Wageningen University, the Netherlands.
Lead, Farmers’ Crop Diversity Management