The Living Income Community of Practice is an alliance of partners dedicated to the vision of thriving, economically stable, rural communities linked to global food and agricultural supply chains. The goal of this community is to support activities focused on improving smallholder incomes towards living incomes, aiming to enable smallholder farmers to achieve a decent standard of living.
The objectives of this Community of Practice are to:
Increase understanding of living income measurement and the income gap
Identify and discuss strategies for closing the income gap
Governance structure of the Living Income CoP
The LiCoP secretariat manages the day to day operations of the community of practice as well as its communication channels. For any questions related to the LiCoP please contact
CoP Implementing Partners
Advisor Sust. Ag. Value Chains and Standards
Junior Advisor for Sustainable Agricultural Supply Chains and Standards
Technical committee (TAC)
The Technical Advisory Committee helps the LI CoP to identify the direction, priorities, and components of our technical work, providing a backstop for the technical guidance and resources we produce. It is composed of experts in farm household economics and characteristics, and income calculation.
Program Officer - Smallholder Inclusion and Technology
Advisor for Sustainable Supply Chains and Standards
Advisory Board (AB)
The Advisory Board liaise with GIZ, Sustainable Food Lab and ISEAL to provide guidance and advice on the activities of the Living Income CoP by highlighting topics of interest, making recommendations on resources and guidance and suggesting topics and speakers for upcoming webinars and other in person events of the
LI COP .