Become an SRP Member
Steer the global rice industry toward sustainability
Each SRP member is committed to their important role of addressing the global rice sector’s sustainability challenges – because it takes a passionate network to bring transformative change to an entire industry. Join us in shaping the future of rice.SRP Membership Manual Program
Why become an SRP member?
Be a key decision maker
Help shape SRP’s strategies, programs, and policy advocacy. Members have the right to become eligible for election to the SRP Executive Board, voting rights at Annual Plenary and General Assembly Meetings, and the right to participate in and lead Technical Committees or Task Forces.
Connect with SRP’s multi-stakeholder network
Network with actors in rice value chains. Capture opportunities for funding partnerships, business, and collaborative action for sustainable rice.
Receive valuable insight from collaborative research
Leverage the outcomes of collaborative research that would otherwise be costly to conduct independently. Gain access to all of SRP’s organizational materials.
Access SRP tools and technical support
Gain preferential access to SRP tools, as well as shared expertise to support your strategy delivery. Receive support from the SRP Secretariat.
Engage in sustainability projects that drive impact
Take part in collaborative initiatives and projects at the national, regional, and global levels. Provide input to ensure efficient delivery of SRP programs.
Make measurable contributions to your sustainability commitments
Contribute to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, increasing visibility and recognition for your organizational commitment to sustainability.
Secure marketing and communication support from SRP
Have visibility on the SRP website, including organizational profile and web links to member sites. Receive the right to use the SRP Organizational Logo on corporate communication collaterals as per our Brand Manual.
Who are SRP members?
Our membership base includes the following constituencies. Each represents distinct interests and stakeholder perspectives.Member Directory
Government, UN and intergovernmental agencies, public research institutions
Supply chain actors
Producer organizations, upstream supply chain actors, business associations, and retailers
Service, input & equipment providers
Verification bodies, input companies, ICT providers, knowledge partners, financial institutions, trading platforms, and equipment suppliers
Civil society organizations
Advocacy and grass-roots community-based organizations
SRP membership underpins an organization’s commitment to promote smallholder livelihoods and sustainability in the global rice sector. View our member commitments
Support SRP’s vision, mission, goals, objectives, and activities.
Contribute financially and/or in-kind according to their resources and/ or expertise
Develop and implement within their own organizations plans of action to support the SRP’s vision, mission and goals
Actively and constructively communicate and support the SRP’s process and implementation of projects, while adhering to relevant SRP policies and guidelines
Operate transparently and keep the SRP Secretariat regularly updated on plans, activities, and outcomes of their initiatives in promoting resource efficiency and sustainable trade flows in the global rice sector.
Follow the principles of transparent, consensus-based decision-making and ensure that all substantive external communications regarding SRP are fair and truthful.
Comply with all policies and guidance issued by the Secretariat in all external communications regarding SRP, including those relating to membership, use of any on-pack and off-pack SRP-Verified labels and claims.
Rigorously uphold the pre-competitive principle in all SRP-related communications with other members and external stakeholders in compliance with the relevant provisions of Antitrust and Competition laws as applicable.
Register all SRP-related projects with the Secretariat and provide regular updates on activities and impacts.
Fully comply with SRP’s Policy on Intellectual Property Rights on ownership of intellectual assets co-created by members, employees, consultants, and service providers as part of the organization’s mandate as a multi-stakeholder alliance operating in a pre-competitive space.
Submit an Annual Report of their organization’s activities and practical results achieved, supporting the goals of the SRP.
Become an SRP Member
Leave your details and our Membership Team will get in touch with you to discuss next steps. For more information about the SRP membership, please also read the SRP Membership Manual Programme.
Search our over 100 institutional members from public and private sector stakeholders, research and financial institutions, and NGOs. Only active SRP members are listed. Download the SRP member list
Africa Rice Center
Agricultural Food and Marketing Association for Asia and the Pacific (AFMA)
Al-Wahab Rice Mills (Pvt) Ltd
Alliance for Water Stewardship
Amiha Agro Pvt. Ltd.
Asian Center of Innovation for Sustainable Agriculture Intensification, Asian Institute of Technology
Association for Gender Awareness & Human Empowerment (AGAHE)
Atlas Foods Private Limited
Bangsue Chia Meng Rice Mill Co. Ltd
BASF SE (Agricultural Solutions)
Battambang Rice Investment Co Ltd
Castor River Inc.
Center for Fertilization and Plant Nutrition
Center for Sustainable Rural Development
Centre of Excellence on environmental strategy for GREEN business (VGREEN)
CIRAD (Agricultural Research Centre for International Development)
Control Union Co., Ltd.
Core CarbonX Solutions Private Limited
Deptartment of Agriculture / PhilRice, Philippines
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ)
Farm Angel Pte. Ltd.
Fatima Rice Mills Limited
Flying Trade India Private Limited
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Foodtech Solutions (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Galaxy Rice Mills (Pvt) Ltd
Grameen Foundation, USA
Grimp Shwebo Rice Mill
HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation
Hla Taw Land Company
Indonesian Center for Food Crops Research and Development
Institute of Policy and Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development
Instituto Nacional de Investigacion (INIA) Uruguay
International Centre for Research in Agroforestry (ICRAF) aka World Agroforestry Centre
International Fertilizer Industry Association
International Finance Corporation
International Potash Institute
International Rescue Committee, Inc
International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)
Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd.
Jumbo supermarkten BV
Koninklijke Ahold Delhaize NV
Landmark Agri Exports Private Limited
Lidl Stiftung & Co KG
Loc Troi Group Joint Stock Company
Lok Sanjh Foundation
LT Foods Limited
Matco Foods (Pvt) Ltd
Meskay & Femtee Trading Company (Pvt.) Ltd.
Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Vietnam
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries, Cambodia
Natcap Sustainable Solutions
Network for Aquaculture Centres in Asia and the Pacific (NACA)
NetZeroAg Ltd (NZA)
Olam Global Agri Pte Ltd
Pakistan Agriculture Research Council
Pakistan Basmati Heritage Foundation
Partners in Prosperity Society
Peterson Projects and Solutions Asia
Preferred by Nature F.M.B.A
Preferred by Nature OÜ
Quality Certification Services
Rural Education & Economic Development Society (REEDS) Pakistan
Rice Department of Thailand
RICE TILLER – Cheshinovo
Riso Scotti S.p.A.
Sansom Mlup Prey Organization (SMP)
Sharsid Overseas Pvt. Ltd.
Shwe Oo Wai Rice Mill
Solidaridad Network Asia Limited
Hong Kong SAR China
Straw Innovations Ltd.
Supreme Rice Mills (Private) Limited
U Aung Myint Rice Mill
U Aung Naing Win Huller Rice Mill
U Kyaw Myint Huller Rice Mill
U Mya Aye Harlar Rice Mill
U Myo Min Tun Huller Rice Mill
U Win Bo Trading
UN Environment Programme
Veetee Rice Ltd
Westmill Foods Co Ltd
Wildlife Conservation Society (CAM)
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
World Food Programme