Eco-friendly innovative rodent management

Community training

Participatory approach

Field testing

Expanding the implementation of Ecologically-Based Rodent Management (EBRM) is of utmost important to boost agricultural production by curbing rodent losses that globally cause an enormous loss of $2 trillion annually, with a 10% average crop loss. 

To date rodent control largely relies on synthetic rodenticides, but these are harmful to environment and rats are developing more and more resistance to them. A game changer is needed. 

With Ecologically Based Rodent Management (EBRM) we propose integrated control mechanisms that greatly improve agricultural production standards in quantity and quality, and improves healthy living conditions. 

EBRM provides an innovative solution through a wide range of ecological and biological control measures from household to community level, anchored in local government and farming communities. We have also developed a highly effective botanically based organic rodenticide, for which we received the 2021 Olam food prize. 

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We are dedicated as a team to work with you in the shift to Rodent Green Management as an improved way to help farmers manage rodents effectively and eco-friendly. We are working in the following projects and are always excited to keep developing and expanding our work with new partners, don’t hesitate to reach out 

Current projects

How to integrate Ecologically-Based Rodent Management with organic farming?

A question that often comes around and that deserves attention. Frequently, organic farming practices create favourable environments for rodent survival. Nevertheless, … Continued

Work on urban rodent issues in Antananarivo, Madagascar

We’re excited to share this blog featuring our work in Antananarivo as part of the SCARIA project. This initiative aims … Continued

Webinar on lessons and prospects of EBRM in West-Africa

On the International Day of Biodiversity we invite you to embark on a pioneering journey with us as we introduce … Continued

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