Welcome to Access Agriculture


Access Agriculture is a non-profit organisation that showcases agricultural training videos in local languages. 

We strive to promote the transition towards agroecology and organic farming across the global South.

To impact on rural livelihoods, please explore Access Agriculture.


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Using community radio as a force for change

The Panzarawani Community Radio Station, named after the river Panjhra in Dhule district of Maharashtra in Western India, is bringing about a welcome change to marginalised indigenous ethnic communities by broadcasting information on good agricultural practices. Panzarawani reaches around 72,000 listeners in 90 villages.

Good bugs: unknown, misjudged and embattled

All different varieties - with fruits of varying colour, shape and crispiness – lined the pathways of her tiny backyard garden in western Flanders. Over the span of her life, she had steadily collected them by exchanging cuttings with friends, neighbours and other amateur horticulturists. Having nursed them into full-grown bushes, she annually gathered buckets-full of succulent berries from them – to be turned into the most appetizing jams, sweets or savoury spirits.

The Fate of Food

In ‘The Fate of Food’, Amanda Little (professor of journalism and science writing at Vanderbilt University) takes us on a strange journey to the cutting edge of agricultural research. Little has an astonishing knack for getting quality face time with some of the most innovative (and busy) people in the science of food.

No word for legume

I remember a story from grad school about a people in the Amazon Basin who had no word for “parrot”, because they knew the names of all the individual species of parrots.

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"I am very happy to read the details of the work being done by Access Agriculture. I congratulate you and your colleagues on this most valuable work, and wish you continued success."

Prof M S SwaminathanIndia

“Access Agriculture has become the world leader in training videos for smallholder farmers.
Access Agriculture was, is and will be an outstanding and remarkable partner of SDC with an unparalleled agility and capacity for innovation.”

Simon Zbinden, Head, Global Programme Food Security, SDC

"I have watched the videos on your Access Agriculture website. These type of videos are recommended for our students, especially at the end of training in agricultural colleges. Other relationships with the United Nations (FAO, UNDP and World Bank) should be developed, especially with regard to the very distinctive way of presenting knowledge in local languages on development."

Gominan Osséni Séïdou, FAO, Benin

“I am a proprietor of Jezza Sustainable Organic Farm located 35 km from Kampala which is a startup farm in its second year of operation and found the resources on your Access Agriculture website valuable for our operation and the community around us.”

Samuel Byamukama, Jezza Sustainable Organic Farm, Uganda

“According to the facilitators, watching the videos on seed has stimulated them to start looking for local solutions to common problems that farmers face. It is by drawing on local knowledge that sustainable solutions can often be found at almost no cost. They did not say they are going to copy all what they saw, but they will apply the most essential.”

Louis Béavogui, IRAG, Guinea

...this is the best and largest online agriculture training video library that is in many languages, and we have had great impact in our agriculture work using these videos.

Sean Granville-Ross
Country Director, Mercy Corps Uganda

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