Integrated Seed Sector Development
ISSD aims to strengthen different seed systems in a country; supporting the development of a vibrant, pluralistic, and market-oriented seed sector. By cultivating an enabling environment for innovation and the coexistence of different seed systems, a wider range of farmers and seed entrepreneurs will benefit. An increased access to quality seed will support food and nutrition security and economic development.
The Centre for Development Innocation, Wageningen UR, runs its annual ISSD Short Course in the Netherlands, May 2017. Fellowships are available!