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SPHEEHA is partnering with the Dayalbagh Educational Institute for agroecology efforts at selected sites in India and internationally

DEI brings decades long experience in agroecology at both the Dayalbagh, Agra and Rajaborari Estate, MP sites in India. One of DEI’s most recent agroecology projects include the establishment of the Tagore Cultural Center at the DEI campus.
Under its Memorandum of Understanding with Dayalbagh Educational Institute (DEI), deemed University, SPEEHA is partnering in efforts to advance agroecology efforts at the following sites:
  1. Dayalbagh, Agra – India
  2. Toronto – Canada
  3. New York – USA
  4. Rajaborari, Madhya Pradesh – India
Global acroecology sites

Toronto, Canada

The International Centre for Agroecology (ICA) is a research organization that will perform research at various levels beginning with conception/inception and covering birth, schooling at various levels Pre-primary, Primary, High School, Intermediate College, University {Undergraduate, Graduate, Doctoral, Post-Doctoral, Faculty of various designations (before and after retirement including voluntary retirement}.

The vision of the organization is to be publishing research in National and International Journals and conferences of recognized standing resulting not only in research publications but also patents particularly in coop mode of education with concerned industry serving also as an incubator for entrepreneurship.

The Center may as and when appropriate we may also seek commercial transactions based on Patents for Technology Transfer to industry (public or private).

The Center will contribute to the advancement of research in the area of Systems Science and Sustainability in Canada in alignment with the vision of the United Nations with global impact.

Global acroecology sites

New Jersey, USA

The goal for ICA is to emerge as an International Centre for conducting Research and Development in the vast field of Agroecology. We look forward to hosting research scholars and scientists, practitioners, and community leaders, thought leaders and administrators, and multinational and international organizations of repute from across the globe towards evolving prescriptions for the contemporary and futuristic global challenges of inequitable food availability, resource-intensive agricultural systems, massive deforestation, water scarcities, biodiversity loss, soil depletion, to name a few.

Global acroecology sites

Rajaborari Estate, Madhya Pradesh, India

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