“MOSA gave me a new perspective of evaluating the sustainability of agriculture in my country. In the past, I thought about sustainability mainly from an economic point of view. Now I know that long-term economic success only comes when acting in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. Therefore, my ability for good decision making in terms of pest control, soil conservation and efficient water use has increased.”
Sustainable agriculture is the key to feeding the growing world population, to provide a livelihood for rural populations and to protect and conserve natural resources at the same time. Sustainable agricultural practices are important to reverse the trend of dwindling natural resources.
What is MOSA?
Modules on Sustainable Agriculture (MOSA) is a modular training developed by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
Training participants develop a sound understanding of the concept of sustainable agriculture based on the social, economic and ecological dimensions in the context of climate change and food security.
Who is addressed?
The MOSA target group are practitioners and decision-makers from public and private development organizations working in planning, implementation and/or outreach of rural development, agriculture and natural resource management.
Read more to learn what this training entails here.
Interested to join, write to firstname.lastname@example.org in Bangkok for registration or through AIZ, Germany enroll.aiz-programm.giz.de/ Further details are also available here: intranet.giz.de/fobionline