FARMAF is being implemented in Burkina Faso, Tanzania and Zambia, with the aim that lessons learned may be transferable to other Sub-Saharan African countries. Farmers' organisations are playing key roles in implementation of the project. At national levels, the following partner farmers' organisations are leading in implementing national action plans:
- Conféderation Paysanne du Faso (CPF) of Burkina Faso ;
- Mtandao wa Vikundi vya wakulima Tanzania (MVIWATA) of Tanzania; and
- Zambia National Farmers Union (ZNFU) of Zambia.
The Pan Africa Farmers Organisation (PAFO) and following African regional farmers' organisations are involved in monitoring and evaluation of project implementation as well as in facilitating lesson-sharing with other farmers in Africa:
- East African Farmers' Federation (EAFF);
- Plateforme sous-Régionale des Organisation Paysannes d'Afrique Centrale (PROPAC) ;
- Réseau des Organisations Paysannes et Professionnelles Agricoles (ROPPA); and
- Southern African Confederation of Agricultural Unions (SACAU).
Three AGRINATURA-EEIG member institutes – CIRAD, NRI and WUR are jointly responsible for managing and coordinating the implementation of planned activities. They are also providing technical resource persons to implement the proposed action and are able to deploy external resource persons and organisations with relevant expertise, as and when necessary. NRI is responsible for overall project coordination, including project administration.