Biovision tackles the goal of sustainable, ecological development in collaboration with local and international partner organisations. Close ties of cooperation already exist for information and training programmes, as well as for further development of regionally adapted methods of farming in harmony with nature, organic pest control and disease vector control.

BioVision works directly with the following goal-related development organisations and research institutes:

  • Alliance Sud
  • BEA BioEconomy Association, Ethiopia
  • Biodiversity International
  • BVAT Biovision Africa Trust
  • BLW: Abteilung Internationales
  • BOKU Universität für Bodenkultur Wien
  • CFS Committee for World Food Security
  • CNS-FAO Comité National Suisse
  • DEZA: GPFS Global Programm Food Security
  • DLCO-EA Desert Locust Control Organisation East Africa
  • ECOSOC UN Economic and Social Council
  • FGC Fédération Genevoise de coopération
  • FiBL Forschungsinstitut für Biolandbau
  • Government of Ethiopia
  • Government of Kenya
  • Government of Senegal
  • Helvetas
  • IBCARP Integrated Biological Contol Applied Research Programme
  • icipe International Centre for Insect Physiology and Ecology
  • IDRI Institute of Sustainable Development and International Relations 
  • IFOAM International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements
  • IPAR Initiative Prospective Agricole et Rurale, Senegal
  • IASS Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam
  • KARI Kenyan Agricultureal Research Institute
  • KEMRI Kenyan Medical Research Institute
  • KU Kenyatta University
  • KWS Kenyan Wildlife Service
  • LED Lichtensteinischer Entwicklungsdienst
  • MI Milleniuminstitute, Washington
  • NGO Alliance for Health Promotion
  • NGO Committee on the status of women, Geneva
  • NGO Food / Ag Gruppe Schweiz (Alliance Sud, BfA, BV, Public Eye, Fastenopfer, HEKS, Helvetas, Swissaid)
  • PRAXIS Ethiopia
  • Remei AG
  • Swiss Malaria Group
  • TSBF Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Institute
  • UN-SDSN UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, International
  • VSF Veterinaires Sans Frontieres

In order to expand the network and efficiently disseminate ecological methods, BioVision also collaborates specifically with qualified, locally anchored organisations and institutions in Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia. Many local NGOs, self-help groups and societies, as well as official government agencies are also part of the growing network.