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   Quinoa has been grown in the Andes for over 5,000 years. After
   centuries of neglect, the potential of quinoa was rediscovered during
   the second half of the twentieth century. Following the International
   Year of Quinoa (IYQ) in 2013, the case of quinoa was highlighted with
   the potential to rapidly change its status from a minor to a major crop
   in the world agriculture, on basis of the role that quinoa's
   biodiversity and high nutritional value can play in providing global
   food security.
   The number of countries growing quinoa has raised quickly from 10
   (1980) to more than 100 (2015). The worldwide expansion of quinoa has
   occurred based on strong relationships among persons across many
   institutions and countries. The number of researchers working on quinoa
   is still increasing, even in regions where quinoa has never been
   cultivated. Nevertheless, we still face a big gap in knowledge if we
   want to increase the success of field trials to introduce quinoa in new
   environments: this is one of the main challenges after the IYQ.
   In order to ensure food security and alternative income opportunities
   for farmers, many stakeholders are actively involved in the promotion
   and evaluation of quinoa cultivation inside and outside of the Andean
   region. Strengthening a dialogue among them will be helpful for all our
   communities on basis of different interests on quinoa. To be member of
   the GCN-quinoa is a way to participate in the debate about benefits of
   quinoa expansion.
   Thanks to its extraordinary genetic diversity, the crop is very
   adaptable to different agro-ecological conditions (soils, rainfall,
   temperature and altitude) being able to tolerate frost, drought and
   salinity. To avoid the mistakes that have resulted in past, there is
   need for sharing results of multi-country evaluations of quinoa
   germplasm in order to give better assistance to farmers in a way of
   sustainable production of quinoa crop associated to integrated food
   systems. Access and benefit sharing about quinoa seeds are of
   importance that is why a specific forum of discussion was generated on
   this topic.
   However many challenges compromise the promotion of public and social
   inclusion policies in world agriculture. All these elements justify the
   importance to create a collaborative space to facilitate exchanges
   between producers, experts, politicians and all persons involved in
   quinoa development to continue sharing information, in multiple
   languages, for the promotion and sustainable use of quinoa genetic

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