Products & Services
- Certification Program for Organic Agriculture
- Organic Adoption Turnkey Project
- Organic Adoption Turnkey Project: Arunachal Pradesh
- Trade Fair Organization
- Market Development Program
- Research/Technology Development )
- Haryana Organic Clusters Project
- Policy and Advocacy
- Research and Technology
- Capacity Building
- Standards and Quality Management
- Organic Trade Shows
- Organic Trade Fairs Services
- trade shows
- Trade Promotion
- Event Management
- trade-fairs organizing
International Competence Centre For Organic Agriculture
In 2003, a number of NGOs, farmer organizations, companies, research institutions and government agencies took the initiative of forming an organization to provide services to the organic farming and organic stakeholders in India. In a planning workshop at National Academy for Agricultural Sciences (NAAS), Delhi, the stakeholders agreed on a joint vision and road map for building up the Competence Centre.
|Nature of Business||Service Provider|
|Total Number of Employees||Upto 10 People|
|Year of Establishment||2003|
|Annual Turnover||Rs. 2 - 5 Crore|
ICCOA aims at becoming a Knowledge and Learning Centre for all facets of organic agriculture. An excellent provider of information services, advice and market linkages to everyone involved in organic agriculture.
It is ICCOA's mission to help build the competence of individuals and organizations of the South Asian region in organic agriculture and thereby contribute to building ecologically, economically and socially sustainable agriculture and organic business.
In June 2008, ICCOA has signed an MoU with Nuremberg Messe (Organizer of BioFach - World Organic Trade Fair) for bringing the BioFach Trade Fair to India. The first BioFach India will be organised in 2009, with ICCOA as a close partner (Together with ICCOA).
ICCOA has an ongoing patnership with FiBL (Research Institute of Organic Agriculture in Switzerland) for technical collaboration. The two institutions foresee vast scope for a strong partnership in implementing various programs jointly in South Asia region.
A MoU has also been signified between ICCOA and ACDI / VOCA regarding co-operation under the USAID - funded GMED Program