Our Theory of Change for transforming rice
The SRP Theory of Change (TOC) is built on the SRP Vision, to “Feed the world. Sustainably” which conveys the SRP’s aspiration to catalyze transformation and change in the global rice sector to benefit producers, consumers and the environment.
The TOC (through the infographic and supporting narrative document) describes outcomes and long-term goals (impacts) which SRP is aiming to achieve. It illustrates how the strategies and activities implemented by SRP improve the livelihoods of rice smallholders and empower farmers to be active in the change process. The model allows SRP members and partners from across sectors and from around the world to help drive change through sustainable and traceable value chains. At the core of the SRP Theory of Change is the continuous improvement of the sector to achieve higher social, economic and environmental performance.
SRP encourages stakeholder input at any time on the SRP and SRP workstreams. If you are interested in understanding how to be involved or provide input on SRP processes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and find more information here.
It takes collaboration to create transformative change
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Our impacts in numbers
We work with over 100 institutional members to offer the global rice supply chain a system of tools, networks and resources to support large-scale adoption of sustainable, climate-smart best practices.
Registered SRP Projects are implemented by our members at varying scales in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas, reaching over 150,000 rice farmers. Learn about Registered SRP Projects to see the progress we’re pushing.
Farmers across the globe have started to adopt climate-smart, sustainable best practice using the SRP Standard. Each day, we are getting closer to our goal of reaching 1,000,000 farmers committed to sustainable rice cultivation practices.
On average, farmers who adopt the SRP Standard earn 10% higher net income, reduce water use by 20%, and cut greenhouse gas emissions by up to 50%.
*Impact numbers based on early field studies looking at the economic, social and environmental benefits of adoption of the SRP Standard.
Stories from the field
Discover first-hand accounts of how sustainable rice is improving the livelihoods of smallholder farmers.
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