The study addresses the “Project Seed Bank Native Brazil-Mozambique-South Africa”, an interesting case of South-South cooperation led by civil society actors and rural movements of these three countries that seeks to promote food sovereignty.

The Institute of Development Studies policy brief “Innovation, solidarity and South-South learning”, which draws on this and other civil-society led South-South cooperation projects, can also be found below.

Published by the Institute of Development Studies/Articulação Sul. The Role of Civil Society in South-South Cooperation, Case study 4. 

Authors: Bianca Suyama and Melissa Pomeroy

Read the study here and the policy brief here.