Registered SRP Projects
Take Action to Feed the World, Sustainably
Registered SRP Projects drive progress toward sustainable rice farming practices, directly supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
How Registered SRP Projects work
As a member of SRP, you can make a real difference and help transform how rice is produced. Register your project today, or participate in an existing Registered SRP Project. These projects use SRP’s system of tools to incentivize and document rice farmers’ shift to adopt climate-smart sustainable best practices on their farms.
Our aim is to help smallholder rice farmers around the world adopt sustainable farming methods following the SRP Standard. Registered SRP Projects help us get there, boosting incomes of small farmers, reducing use of external inputs, and reducing methane emissions from flooded rice fields.Register an SRP Project
Why should I register my project with SRP?
- Your project will support and contribute to SRP goals and objectives.
- Your project facilitates the use of SRP’s suite of tools (i.e. SRP Standard, Performance Indicators and Assurance System).
- Your project will help scale on-farm adoption of proven sustainable practices, strengthening the evidence base for best practice recommendations.
- You will share project field data with SRP, and contribute to the open public dissemination of SRP Project outcomes, which underpins SRP’s leadership role in advocacy and protects the good standing of the SRP brand.
How would it benefit me?
- Gain recognition and credibility from SRP’s evidence-based impacts global reporting.
- Receive updated information and access to best practices and lessons learned from globally aggregated data.
- Have priority to obtain supporting packages from SRP on joint activities.
- Get support from SRP to lead and implement projects at the local level with necessary tools.
- Benefit from exposure through SRP’s communication tools and channels.
- Earn greater potential for upscaling.
What are my obligations?
- Maximize contribution to agreed SRP objectives
- Share data on farm-level adoption of the SRP Performance Indicators and report project results related to the implementation of SRP tools to the SRP Secretariat annually.
- Share your public communications on project activities to the SRP Secretariat annually.
- Projects are encouraged to provide regular updates through web stories or human interest stories, which may be submitted to the Secretariat for wider distribution via SRP channels.
- Closing projects are requested to submit a Final Report that showcases the project’s overall activities, reach, impacts and learnings.
SRP’s involvement in Registered SRP Projects
SRP does not fund or manage SRP projects directly. Instead, we provide the necessary tools for our members to lead and implement at the local level. Project results are reported to the SRP Secretariat annually to allow us to aggregate our overall global reach and impacts.
Where are SRP projects implemented?
Registered SRP Projects are implemented at varying scales in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas, reaching nearly 150,000 rice farmers.
Register your project with SRP
Become a part of the solution and help change the way the world produces rice. As an SRP member, you are eligible to register your own projects and benefit from SRP support, wider exposure, and the potential for upscaling. View the SRP Criteria and Procedure for Registration of Member-led SRP Projects for more information.
Registered SRP Projects around the world
Number of target farmers: the number of rice farmers one Registered SRP Project aims to reach during the project period.
Number of SRP farmers reached: Number of rice farmers to whom a Registered SRP Project has delivered one or more capacity building or incentive measures that are designed to enable the adoption of sustainable rice cultivation practices following the SRP Standard.
Progress toward SRP’s goal reaching one million farmers
SRP farmers reached
List of Registered SRP Projects
integrated pest management in Thailand
Chains (Better Rice Initiative Asia II)