Global Partners

MESA’s Global Partners are sister NGOs, universities, and cultural exchange programs around the world. Like MESA, they are actively promoting sustainable agriculture and/or cultural exchange in their own region. This network of sister programs is the starting point for the international Stewards who come to the US through the MESA program.

By participating in the MESA program, Global Partners bring additional training opportunities to their constituent communities and diversify their programmatic offerings. They act as MESA representatives in their countries and recruit and interview applicants who would like to come to the US as MESA Stewards as well as support MESA Stewards prior to and after their US program. They also have opportunities to host exchanges in their own local communities for farmers and advocates from the US and around the world.

Check out our listing of active Global Partners. And see where they are on a navigable world map.

Could your organization be MESA’s newest Global Partner?

MESA is always looking for Global Partners with whom we can collaborate and build upon our existing programs to effectively serve farmers and agrarian leaders around the world.

If your organization would like to join our growing network of Global Partners, please read more about what it takes to become one of MESA’s Global Partners.

Resources for Established Global Partners

MESA provides documents and support for our established Global Partners, much of which is available online. Read more on our resource page for Global Partners.

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