Fondo Fiduciario de Solidaridad para África
ASTF projects in the countries

Proyectos

Con una aportación inicial de 40 millones de USD procedentes de Guinea Ecuatorial, Angola y contribuciones simbólicas de las organizaciones de la sociedad civil, el ASTF permite que la FAO ayude a los países africanos a abordar cuestiones agrícolas relacionadas con la paz, la seguridad alimentaria y la nutrición, el empleo, el medio ambiente y el cambio climático, mientras se crea un impacto positivo a nivel local.

The project will set up a platform and use the funds efficiently to build synergies and partnerships with on-going programmes in the beneficiary countries. An inception phase is on course for...
Participants from Kenya, Uganda and Zambia visited Zimbabwe to share experience in climate smart agriculture and conservation agriculture based on lessons learnt from past and on-going activities. Similarly, cassava farmers...
Rice productivity doubled to 2,248 Kg in post EVD. Through a revitalization of the loan schemes, women have resumed income generating activities and commenced cross-border trade. Community-level food stocks have...
Vegetable production increased by over 40% and yields doubled when compared to the production during Ebola period. Households’ earnings increased from zero to an average of USD 50-100 per week, which...
Vegetable production increased by over 40% and yields doubled when compared to the production during Ebola period. Households’ earnings increased from zero to an average of USD 50-100 per week, which...
Small-scale producers, with a focus on youth, are supported in increasing poultry and aquaculture products; and accessing group cooperation, training on production systems and management....
The project activities have enabled the region to begin the identification of strategic commodities that needs to receive support along the value chain. During the first year of implementation, the...
Models for sustainable and decent jobs for youth in aquaculture and cassava value chains are now defined in each of the six countries with the specificity of a “mentorship” model...
The project participated in creating a Farmer Field School Support Network for West and Central Africa, a professional forum that will provide technical support, quality control of FFS services and...
The project was well received by the communities as Mali, agricultural professional organizations, and by the Government. The Junior Farmer Field and Life School (JFFLS) approach adopted has generated widespread enthusiasm...
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