ISSD Documents

Tanzania Seed Sector Assessment

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Participatory National Seed Sector Assessment for the Development of an ISSD Programme in Tanzania

Concept Note: ISSD in the Zambezi Valley, Mozambique

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This concept note explores a tentative six-year ISSD Central Mozambique Programme, in which ISSD partners focus on seed sector development in the agricultural growth corridor of the Zambezi Valley.

ISSD in Africa: A Basis for Seed Policy and Law

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This paper complements  the paper ISSD in Africa A Conceptual Framework for Creating Coherence between Practices, Programmes, and Policies.  

ISSD in Africa: Conceptual Framework for Creating Cohernence between Pratcies, Programmes, and Policies

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This paper outlines ISSD as a useful conceptual framework for creating coherence among seed practices, programs and policies.

Partnerships in Seed Sector Development in Ethiopia

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In this documentary, key stakeholders in the Ethiopia seed sector share their experiences with the ISSD partnership approach and a direct marketing pilot. 

ISSD National Seed Sector Assessment Briefing Notes

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Eight countries, namely, Burundi, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, Malawi, Mozambique, Uganda and Zambia, have participated in national seed sector assessments conducted as part of the ISSD Africa programme (Phase II)

African Union Commission Second Communiqué on Integrated Seed Sector Development

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This document covers the second meeting of ISSD Africa Project.

Introduction to ISSD Guiding Principles

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The document describes the 8 guiding principles that ISSD uses in its approach.

African Union Commission Communiqué on Integrated Seed Sector Development

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This document entails a summary of the Integrated Seed Sector Development-Africa Project meeting on May 10th and 11th 2011 in Addis Ababa.

ISSD Seed Entrepreneurship Assessment Briefing Notes

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In September of 2012, the Integrated Seed Sector Development (ISSD) programme in Africa published briefing notes assessing the seed sectors in eight countries, aimed at informing policy-makers and practitioners on the realities of farmers